SEATTLE — Moving into a retirement community doesn’t mean having to give up your independence and freedom. And that’s exactly the lifestyle that Murano Senior Living offers.

Murano Senior Living is working to make retirement the next adventure for Seattle seniors. The city’s newest retirement community opened its doors in October on First Hill, and residents are enjoying the benefits of having the freedom to create their own story in retirement.

Murano residents have the option to rent monthly and choose their continuum-of-care model, including independent living, assisted living and memory care. Independent living gives residents complete freedom to live the way they choose, taking full advantage of the many amenities Murano and all of Seattle have to offer. Assisted living and memory care also come with the freedom of knowing your needs will always be met, even as they change.

Murano Senior Living

Open house tours available 1–3 p.m. Tuesdays or by appointment at 620 Terry Ave., Seattle. Information at 206-202-4620 or MuranoSeniorLiving.com.

Murano Senior Living is inviting the public to take a tour of the facilities, enjoy a meal at its dining space or attend one of its upcoming onsite events.
Murano Senior Living is inviting the public to take a tour of the facilities, enjoy a meal at its dining space or attend one of its upcoming onsite events.

Murano offers a wide range of amenities and services. But what makes the community unique is its commitment to fostering connections outside the building, as well. To celebrate its opening, Murano is sponsoring a series of events that celebrate arts and culture in Seattle at iconic locations around the city, each benefitting a different nonprofit organization. The events range from mini-golf at Flatstick Pub to magicians at Smith Tower.

The next event, on Nov. 12 at Hotel Sorrento, celebrates folk music in the Northwest and benefits Vera Project. For more information about the event series, visit MuranoSeniorLiving.com/Events.