RoseCrest Senior Living launches new independent living apartments

Published 1:11 pm Thursday, February 29, 2024

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INMAN—The excitement is building as construction continues toward completion of two new Independent Living Apartment Communities at RoseCrest. RoseCrest, a Continuing Care Retirement Community near I-26 and Hwy. 176, is a part of the Lutheran Homes of South Carolina, a non-profit senior living organization.

The Courtyards at RoseCrest offers an award-winning design of unique cottage-style apartment homes with “Aging in Place” at the core of its design. Comprised of two “pocket” neighborhoods built onsite on RoseCrest’s 68 acres, there are two sets of 9 apartments (1 and 2-bedroom units).  Each apartment cluster surrounds a landscaped common courtyard with livable porches to enhance outdoor recreation as well as socializing with neighbors, offering a private, screened-in rear porch. Pre-leasing has been very successful, and tours are currently being scheduled for those interested.

This new rental offering provides an option for seniors to enjoy an independent lifestyle without a large up-front entrance fee.  

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“This is a well-designed apartment community with the fun and freedom of Independent Living and the safety and benefits of an established senior living organization,” said Executive Director of RoseCrest, Melissa Yetter during the recent preview conference in Inman.

RoseCrest is known for its many services, including Post-Acute Rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Active Lifestyle Cottages. RoseCrest is a South Carolina-based nonprofit and faith-based organization.


Submitted by Lara Hardin