1 Bed, 1 Bath
It’s the most common question we’re asked. Documentary filmmakers captured our residents’ answers.
Daily life might look different, but it isn't stopping friendships and connections. Documentary filmmakers visited four HumanGood communities over seven days in the fall of 2020 so residents could share their stories.
“I would probably best describe it as being a part of a family because this is the real feeling that we have here at Redwood Terrace. It’s a small community and that’s one of its many advantages.”
“It’s a sense of
“We found it to be just the ticket. It fits all of our criteria; and we’re still involved in our previous neighborhood, our church and friends.”
“It’s been very nice, very welcoming. Everybody’s very friendly here.”
“I’m just very thankful and happy that I found this place.”
At Redwood Terrace, you can live life at your own pace, surrounded by great people and engaging opportunities. With maintenance-free independent living cottages and apartment homes, and plenty of activities for the mind, body and spirit on campus and in the surrounding North County area, the possibilities are endless.
Orange Beef with Brown Rice
Baby Back Pork Ribs
Catch of the Day
Breaded Veal with Wilted Arugula
Braised Beef Tips over Egg Noodles
Zucchini Apple Slaw
Rocky Road Parfait
Roast Tri Tip
Fennel Rubbed Pork Roast
Corn on the Cob
Sugar Snap Peas
Coconut Cream Pie
Chef Chris has been with Redwood Terrace since 2011. He previously has worked at Koi Las Vegas and LAVO Las Vegas.
Take a look at all these activities to help you enrich your mind, body, and soul.
We offer a full range of living options in one tight-knit community.