Studio, 1 Bath
“There are two activities I’ve started doing since moving here that I never would have done otherwise. One is watercolors, which I do on a regular basis. The other is a residential band consisting of guitars, a banjo and a harmonica. We meet once a week to make music together and learn new songs. It’s a lot of fun!”
“I’m relatively new here, but I can already tell how great Piedmont Gardens is. I’ve met many other residents, all of which are extremely intelligent and enthusiastic. It’s a great atmosphere to live in. I love that I’m close to my family and Habitat for Humanity, where I volunteer two days a week. It’s also nice knowing I have a plan for any future care I may need. Staff, residents, security, location—it’s all outstanding.”
“I started looking ahead, and Piedmont Gardens made so much sense. We’re located right around the corner from Piedmont Avenue, and that was a big draw in case I ever decide to give up driving; everything I need is so close. And I’m always busy with something, whether it’s Current Issues Club, memoir writing, jewelry making or Resident Council. It’s a great group of people in a beautiful community.”
“Since moving here, I have plenty of choices for activities. There are a lot of things right here at the community, but there’s also so much to do on Piedmont Avenue just down the street. Best of all, I have a lot of time to volunteer at local hospitals, high schools and colleges, which I do about 30 hours per week. My advice to people is to move here before you need to so you can take advantage of all the great things to do.”
“As an author and musician, I appreciate the fact that my neighbors here have so many rich experiences to share—especially experiences related to music,
Piedmont Gardens’ lifestyle is designed for those who like to live at their own pace, surrounded by great people and engaging opportunities. Living well is at the heart of everything we do. With so much available both in our community and in the surrounding North Oakland neighborhood, the possibilities are endless.
California’s Golden Future
Join us at Piedmont Gardens as Professor Patrick Hatcher takes us through these historical parallels and future implications for California. Experience one of the stimulating lectures that involve residents, like Professor Hatcher, at Piedmont Gardens and see how perpetual personal growth is central to life at this community.
Grilled Mexican Chicken
Baked Ziti with Vegetables
Corn Kernels & Green Chili
Cumin Green Beans
Mexican Pumpkin Chocolate Bars
Parmesan Crusted Bass
Cranberry Glazed Turkey Breast
Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes
Fresh Broccoli with Lemon & Garlic
Wax Beans & Red Bells
Home Style Biscuit
Thai Beef Salad
Gingered Baby Carrots
Lemon Mousse with Berries
We offer a wide range of activities to help you enrich your mind, body and soul.
We offer a full range of living options in one tight-knit community.