What will The Reserve of Geneva offer me that I don’t have at home?
The answer is almost too long to list! What we most often hear from our residents is our communities offer a maintenance free lifestyle, a wide variety of social and educational opportunities, scheduled transportation, and most of all peace of mind. Living in a boutique community like The Reserve means residents look out for one another and there’s always something to do.

What happens if I leave town for an extended period of time?
No problem. We will hold your mail, water your plants or provide any other peace of mind services we can so that you can relax and enjoy your travels.
Will I be able to decorate my new home?
Yes, you will be able to furnish and decorate your new residence. If you need assistance securing a painter, wall paper hanger or other decorating service provider, give us a call.
Will there be any stairs in my new home?
No! The entire building is barrier free.
Do I have to participate in social activities?
Although most of our residents look forward to our wide variety of programs and activities, it is up to the individual resident to decide if and when they would like to join in on the fun.
Can my grandchildren and friends come for an overnight visit?
Of course! Family, friends and grandchildren are always welcome at The Reserve of Geneva. They can visit, stay overnight in your home or you can reserve our Hotel Guest Suite.
What is the first step of getting involved at The Reserve of Geneva?
The first step of getting involved at The Reserve of Geneva is simple. A fully refundable $200 priority reservation deposit will give you the following options:

  • Priority unit selection of a residence of your choice.
  • Allows you first right of refusal on a residence while you finalize your decision.
  • Gives you options – allows you the time to make the decision that is right for you.
  • You will receive our newsletters, invitations to community events, seminars and more.
  • There is no risk – your deposit is fully refundable upon written request.