Independent Living FAQ's at the Highlands and Terraces of Geneva Crossing
Luxury Senior Apartment Homes at Geneva Crossing Senior Community

Independent Apartments Frequently Asked Questions

What does "No Entry Fee" mean?
Residents moving into The Terraces and Highlands are not required to deposit or invest a large amount of money to lease an apartment home. Our renewable apartment leases last for one year, and require a security deposit equal to one month’s rent at the time of lease signing.
How much is it per month for each apartment home?
The Terraces and Highlands offer an outstanding lifestyle and value at affordable monthly lease rates. Unit rent varies based on size and amenities in your apartment home. Some units are available at discounted rent for seniors who meet certain income qualifications. Contact the on-site office for details.
Does my rent increase upon renewal?
Rents are reviewed on an annual basis according to lease renewal and adjusted to accommodate for cost of living and general increases in expenses, upkeep of the building interior and exterior and other factors.  Historically, rent increases average 2-4% per year.
What if I have a temporary or more permanent health change - Can I continue to live at The Terraces and Highlands?
Yes! Your home at The Terraces and Highlands is similar to your current home. If you are recovering from an illness and need home health care, housekeeping or meals brought to you, that is okay with us.
Do I get priority admittance to Arbor Village Assisted Living if I need it?
Yes! Residents at The Terraces and Highlands are on the priority admittance list for our assisted living facility. Residents who move from the Terraces to Arbor Village Assisted Living on a temporary basis keep their apartment. If a resident wants to move to Arbor Village permanently, your lease is terminated at no cost to you.