Continued independence and enriched living are our goals.

We are a friendly, active senior community located on the beautiful East Side of Providence, Rhode Island. With 154 apartments that range from affordable one-bedroom units to custom-designed penthouses, we have your new future home. Download our brochure here.

    There’s always activity, but you can always have your privacy. It’s the best place in America to live.
    — Gloria Winston
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    Redefining Retirement Living

    Our purpose is to minimize worry while maximizing a vibrant, gracious and independent lifestyle. With our cooperative structure and apartments available for purchase, you’ll enjoy the benefits of owning your own home without the bother of having to maintain it. View a list of our included amenities here.

     

    The Laurelmead lifestyle offers a wide variety of cultural, educational, social and fitness opportunities designed especially for those who want the most out of life. Life here is rewarding – and it’s also fun!

    At the heart of Laurelmead is our exceptional community of residents. Different generations of adults with various backgrounds, experiences and interests call Laurelmead home, and we honor diversity and all viewpoints. Visit us on Facebook for a look at our programs and adventures.

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    We invite you to tour our website, then give us a call at 401-273-9550 for an on-site tour after which you can:

    • book a stay in our model apartment to experience our lifestyle;
    • browse our many floor plans and call us for availability;
    • join our Next Generation Club to participate in the Laurelmead life and receive prompt notice of available apartments.
     

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    News & Events

    Mayor Elorza visits Laurelmead for a  Q & A session with our residents.

     
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    We love Providence, Rhode Island!
    Click for our top ten reasons.

    And for youthful seniors and Baby Boomers, click for individual stories here.

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