Legend Senior Living is dedicated to providing the highest standards of quality of service, environment and care to residents and their families.  Check out what other families have to say about their experience with Regent Park and how we’ve earned 5 Star Reviews:

Steven E.

My father lived at Regent Park AL for over 4 years. The staff was amazing. As he neared end of life, they guided me through transition to hospice care and helped me as well as my father through the changing emotional and physical demands of this very difficult period. The staff was amazing from the front desk, to nursing, to administrators, and even to maintenance personnel. They are total professionals with a commitment to care.


Jeanne R.

The caring and compassionate leadership of Sara Miller and Dannica Avendano at Regent Park sets the standard of care for this amazing community. Our family is grateful to have found a place where our parents are safe and well cared for—especially during this time of uncertainty. I could name so many of the employees who continue to lovingly care for mom and dad, but I don’t want to leave anyone out. Heartfelt gratitude and kudos to the entire Team!


Becca I.

Great nursing team who definitely take care of the residents like they are their own parents/grandparents. Private room with their own bathrooms, studios, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments.


Stephanie S.

The staff genuinely cares about those that live here and do a great job of meeting their needs. There is a feeling of residence between those that work here and those that live here; I am thankful to be a part of Regent Park Assisted Living and Memory Care!


Regent Park Assisted Living & Memory Care was very nice. I enjoyed the tour. The staff answered any questions I had, they're friendly, and helpful. The facility was very clean, very well laid out, easy to get around in, and the hallways were very wide. The apartments were nice looking, very well laid out, easy to maneuver or go around in the room, and go from room to room. The living atmosphere was very nice. I liked the way the areas, the rooms, and everything looked. The rooms looked very nice, big, open, airy, and had lots of sunshine.



Our tour at Regent Park was very thorough. Everyone was very nice. It was a very nice place Anyone would definitely want to move in. The staff was very nice, very good, very helpful, and friendly. They showed all the facilities where they eat, where they do arts and crafts, and where the people gather. They showed us multiple apartments, which was good. They told us about activities, how people get around, and pricing.



Regent Park was much newer and more pleasant, and they had much newer and more up-to-date rooms than the other two places we visited. It was more expensive too. They have a nice meeting area for people in the dementia unit. They have things to do like crafts and whatnot. I was very favorably impressed.



Regent Park Assisted Living is very nice. I have toured many others in the area, but this is top notch. From the Chef to the Administrator, everyone cares. Activities are provided that interest the seniors. Everyone seems to be smiling and always speak to you as you walk in.



I visited this facility looking for a placement for my mom. I went two different times, one in having lunch there. The food was delicious and had very man choices. The dietary manager, who was new, came out and was visiting with the residents. The residence director came through and was visiting the residents. The facility's activities had several choices going on. the residents had a choice of what to do. I also toured their memory care unit. Baking was taking place and there was laughter with the residents. I chose this facility for my mom. I am so happy, and so is she. I recommend this facility to anyone needing peace of mind.



Regent Park was the other one that we really liked. The people and the environment were very nice. However, one thing about them was that they didn't have furniture in the rooms, and my dad really didn't want to move his furniture out of his house because he was so determined he was going back to his house. It was new, and it was a nice place. They had really nice activities. They had good food and a good chef who was willing to work with my dad's diet or meal problem.



The staff at Regent Park was really good, and the overall facility was really nice. When we were there all the residents were out in the common area, and there were staff members there with them. The apartment was nice and bright with nice bathrooms. They do a lot of activities in conjunction with the assisted living, which gives them more opportunity for activities. I didn't like that if the person can't stay in memory care anymore, they move them to the healthcare unit. It's super cute, and it looks like you're walking into a house.