Ann Arbor Assisted Living

University Living is conveniently located just off the I-94 Expressway, close to Briarwood Mall, the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and a variety of restaurants, independent shops, art galleries and the University of Michigan Museum of Art. University Living in Ann Arbor is situated on South Main Street, just next door to the Daycroft Montessori School.
There are over 300 dining destinations within a 20-mile radius of Ann Arbor with options that include mom-and-pop bistros, the world-famous Zingerman’s Deli, and contemporary fine dining. Seniors enjoy an array of festivals, sporting events and community activities such as the Ann Arbor Art Fair, University of Michigan football and the Ann Arbor Folk Festival. Though we are right in the heart of it all, our campus is peaceful and secure and nestled in a mixed-use area with professional businesses, schools, shops and residences. The rear portion of the property features a paved walking trail surrounded by lush lawns, serene trees and a pond, perfect for connecting with nature. Our easy-to-navigate, three-floor building is constructed around shared community spaces and a central dining room.
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Our Ann Arbor Story

“We began operating our Ann Arbor community in 2014 and, in 2018, we made significant improvements and renovations to the building. University Living is an amazing community for older adults, offering a prime location on Main Street near the University of Michigan, numerous medical services, retail, residential neighborhoods, schools, churches, and cultural opportunities that are extremely compelling to our residents and their families. University Living invests in great people, innovative care and safety technology, and resources to help support families of older adults. This community employs approximately 80 local team members, partners with numerous local businesses, supports local community causes, and proudly pays local property taxes. We see ourselves as a vital part of creating a thriving local community in Ann Arbor.” – Todd Spittal, Co-founder/President

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About University Living

Our Building

University Living in Ann Arbor is a 79-apartment senior living community that was intentionally designed to meet the unique needs of older adults. With both assisted living and memory care services, residents have their choice of purposefully designed studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom private apartments, which include full bathroom, kitchenette, emergency call response, fire safety system, and individualized heating and cooling. The building also features a beautiful dining room, ground level courtyard, full-service salon, computer room, fitness center, on-site rehabilitation center, and much more.

Our Services

In addition to our purposefully designed private apartments, Provision Living’s amenities include restaurant-style dining with three delicious meals daily; weekly apartment housekeeping; weekly linen and laundry services; trained staff on-site 24 hours each day; assistance with daily life tasks such as dressing, bathing, and mobility; medication management and administration; and social events and activities for individuals and groups.

Our Pricing

Our team of care partners focuses on delivering great service and care to our residents. To accomplish this, we purposefully avoid complex point systems and care level programs that create distraction and produce a culture that identifies elders by daily care tasks. We believe pricing for assisted living services should be transparent, predictable, and provide flexibility to allow for changes in needs and interests.

Our pricing resembles a monthly lease, like an apartment, based on the specific unit style. There are no long-term leasing commitments and no restrictive buy-in fees required to live at this community. Our inclusive pricing model helps older adults and their families confidently plan for the cost associated with senior living services. Contact us for more information on current pricing.

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