We’ll help you make a smart decision
in every sense of the word.
We’re the New Jersey retirement community that gives you
the information. You make the choice.
It’s not an easy decision to make: leaving a house you’ve lived in for years to move into a retirement community. Crestwood Manor in Whiting, NJ has a common sense approach: We give you the facts, information and tools (like our handy cost calculator); you make better-informed decisions. As a not-for-profit community, we have a mission of service. That means helping you, even if you decide not to make Crestwood Manor your home. We want your choice to be smart for your budget, for your personal goals and for your peace of mind.
Of course there are things that make it easier to choose Crestwood Manor, such as low entry fees—some of the lowest in New Jersey. We even have rentals so you can try us out for a while (people rarely leave). We don’t nickel and dime you, either: When you look at the impressive list of services and amenities, all included here, you’ll probably discover what our residents did: The cost of living here is comparable to or even less than what they pay now at home (without the daily chores, monthly pile of bills and hassling with contractors.)
We not only offer you options for onsite health care, but options on how to access it as well – from health care coverage to a fee-for-service plan or something in-between. Your finances. Your choice. Common-sense value.
If you decide Crestwood Manor is for you, our Move Ahead program helps you make it a smart move, not a big move. We even fill your fridge at move-in to welcome you! But let’s not get ahead of ourselves; maybe a visit is a good way to start? Come to our lively Whiting, NJ retirement community and experience the difference. It’s just part of making a common-sense decision.
“One logical choice for us was an active adult community. But we wondered: how long could we live there before we had to move again? We wanted to move just once, to a place where we would be happy and secure for the rest of our lives.” - Bob & Cynthia Ramsay, residents since 2010 Read more.