WHY REVEL CREEK
Revel Creek brings the future of retirement living to Kalamazoo, today. Here residents are invited to revel in a forward-facing lifestyle at the leading edge of health and wellness, contemporary design, cultural and social opportunities, and the stability of lifelong health care.
Warm. Welcoming. Contemporary. The residences at Revel Creek have been specially designed to reflect the people who will live there. Featuring leading-edge home automation, climate control, and lighting systems, they’re the smartest smart homes in the area. A chef trained at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America who is committed to locally-sourced foods will supervise the creativity and nutritional quality of every dish we serve. Revel Creek will also feature an attractive modern wellness center, a welcoming outdoor terrace and an indoor gathering space featuring bistro dining, panoramic views and a fieldstone fireplace. Finally, of course, Revel Creek residents will enjoy the run of the Heritage Community campus with its bank, salon and numerous other conveniences and amenities.
HOW WE CARE
Health, wellness and the confidence that comes with lifelong care. Heritage Community has long been reputed for its outstanding approach to health and wellness, offering the full continuum of care services in affiliation with both the Bronson and Borgess Medical Centers, southwest Michigan’s leading health systems. If and when needed, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing and rehabilitation services are all available on the campus of Heritage Community. For residents of Revel Creek, those services are included under the terms of your life care agreement.
Locally-owned and not-for-profit, Heritage Community of Kalamazoo has been a pioneer in the senior living industry since 1945. In launching the addition of Revel Creek, with its Smart Home technology and contemporary design, we are expanding on our legacy of leadership, reasserting our commitment to the ongoing revitalization of Kalamazoo and preparing to address the wants and needs of a new generation of older adults in our region.