SEATTLE — Every aspect of Murano, Seattle’s newest luxury senior-living community, is backed by the experts at Leisure Care.

Leisure Care has more than 40 years’ experience as a leader in the senior-living industry. Operating in over 50 communities in 19 states, with six more in development, Leisure Care is consistently paving the way for innovation in senior living.

Leisure Care delivers senior care across all levels, including independent living, assisted living and memory care. Assisted-living services are delivered a la carte so residents only pay for what they need, when they need it. Assisted-living care plans are regularly evaluated and modified to ensure needs are being met 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.

Located in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood, Murano Senior Living is minutes from downtown Seattle’s many attractions.
Located in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood, Murano Senior Living is minutes from downtown Seattle’s many attractions.

Opal is Leisure Care’s signature memory care program. Taking a holistic approach to care, Opal is comprised of its Seven Pillars of Wellness: physical, social, experiential, emotional and spiritual, creative and artistic therapeutic, and sensory.

Leisure Care communities adhere to the “three-thirds lifestyle” philosophy, which ensures the staff balances family, philanthropy and work. Family comes first, followed by giving back to the community, and lastly, making meaningful contributions to the company.

Leisure Care brings its expertise to Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood with Murano Senior Living. Residents can enjoy laid-back luxury, taking advantage of amenities such as personalized concierge services, a state-of-the-art gym, brain fitness classes and a dynamic social calendar.

Murano offers a continuum of senior care services, including independent living, assisted living and memory care, and has designed amenities and communal spaces with active seniors in mind. There are multiple restaurants, including a bar on the 24th floor with city views.

Because Murano is a rental community, there is no-buy in, and short-term and month-to-month leases are available. Rents start at $5,000 and care services are additional.