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Lexington Square of Elmhurst
Retirement Living in Elmhurst, Illinois
Continue your retirement just as you please: with more freedom to choose, peace of mind, and expansive amenities and services to help you keep intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually fit. Lexington Square of Elmhurst invites you to come home to the best of everything.
Senior Living that Preserves Your Hard Earned Money
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Affordable Senior Living: Life Plan vs. Rental Communities
Planning Your Future in Unpredictable Times
Our Life Plan Options protect you from rising health care costs.
Continue retirement your way with an active lifestyle full of choices.
Understanding care options for now and in the future.
Even Better Than You Imagined
Independent living at Lexington Square of Elmhurst allows you to live the retirement you’ve always had in mind. No longer tied to home maintenance, you can learn, laugh, make friends, travel, mentor, or just relax—each day, every day, is yours to create. And with services like a concierge, scheduled transportation, and housekeeping, you will experience genuine hospitality.
Small-Town Ambiance, Big-City Flair
Right in the heart of where you want to be
Elmhurst, Illinois, consistently ranks in the Best Small Cities in America. Number one in Illinois for number of parks per capita. Home to museums, galleries, Elmhurst College and Elmhurst University, theatre, restaurants, art festivals, symphony, concerts, coffee shops, and an array of shopping, dining, and entertainment experiences in downtown’s Elmhurst City Centre.
Did You Know?
Every great neighborhood has a great story. Lexington Square Elmhurst stands on the site of what was The Elm Skating Rink, a beloved feature in the greater Chicago area, where young and young at heart spent many a Saturday afternoon. Devotees (known as “rink rats”) still speak of the enticing aroma of The Elm’s wood floor, as well as the thrilling sounds coming from a massive organ with its 1,000 pipes. From 1956 to 1989, The Elm was the premier rink in the Chicago area.