Stonecrest at Clayton View to open in October

Stonecrest at Clayton View director of marketing, Leslie Pedroli, invited 40 South News to its office at 8825 Eager Road, to share information on the assisted living community.

About Stonecrest at Clayton View:

  • 81 apartments, including 55 assisted living and 26 memory care units
  • Opening in October, display units to open in August, a one-bedroom and a studio to show
  • Pre-sales are doing well, especially apartments with walk-outs
  • Host ‘caregiver cafes’ are being held the fourth Wednesday of the month with guest speakers
  • Trademarked Vibrant Life program to feature social, educational and recreational programs
  • Also in the facility: movie theater, gardening room, activity room, salon, library, bistro cafe, private dining room, courtyard
  • Rates begin at $4,825/month for studio, $5,795 for one-bedroom, $6,895 for two-bedroom. Memory care private suite is $5,895/month or $4,995 with a shared bathroom. A one-time fee of $2,500 to cover administrative and assessment costs is charged on move-in.
  • Stonecrest at Clayton View website, and on Facebook.
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Stonecrest at Clayton View, from Eager Road

6 thoughts on “Stonecrest at Clayton View to open in October

  1. Does that number include one meal a day in some sort of dining hall? I would hope so. I know my grandmother paid considerably less than that for a one bedroom in an assisted facility and either lunch or dinner was included. Now that was 10 years ago, but still.

    • According to the schedule of fees, included are: meals, housekeeping, laundry services, cable, all utilities except telephone, wifi, private thermostat control, scheduled transportation, community events, and more.

      • According to my calculations this should only add up to a few hundred dollars. Why the extra few thousand dollars? We had my mom In The Fountains in Granite City, she had Alzheimer’s, and only was charged approx. $2,500.00 a month and included all the services you mentioned.

  2. Who the heck wants to pay monthly rates that high to live next to the highway with constant traffic noise? I don’t believe that ” Units are selling well”. Should have left the grounds the way it was with trees and wildlife.

  3. It’s interesting how the yearly rates 15 years ago have become the monthly rates today. But then again, maybe the faucets are made of pure gold in this place…