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Independent Living

Here, you’ll change your address — not your lifestyle and not who you are.

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The perfect space to shape what’s next.

Take a peek at our apartments, cottages and villas.

Regents Point independent living model apartment home
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First-rate amenities and programs. Endless possibilities.

Savor Delicious Dining

Our indoor and outdoor dining venues, casual bistro and Fireside Bar all feature delicious, chef-prepared meals.

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Connect Over a Drink

Enjoy sharing a cocktail or glass of wine with friends at the Fireside Bar.

HumanGood Regents Point Bistro wine bar

Relax in Our Scenic Gardens

Stroll our 16 acres of green space, including scenic gardens, plus enjoy private community access to William R. Mason Regional Park next door.

Senior friends walking through courtyard garden in the afternoon

Get Moving in Our Fitness Center

Staying fit is a lot easier when there's a fitness center right on campus. Take a dip in the pool. Enjoy the spa. Never get bored with a full calendar of programs.

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View select independent living floor plans.

1-2 Bedrooms
1-2 Baths
584-1,168 Sq. Ft.

Villa Homes

All villas overlook beautiful William R. Mason Regional Park and feature private decks or patios for enjoying the view.

Two-Bedroom Apartments
2 Bedrooms
2 Baths
848-1,486 Sq. Ft.

Two-Bedroom Apartments

All apartments offer easy access to the amenities of our community. Private outdoor spaces — either patios or balconies — are a feature of every apartment.

One-Bedroom Apartments
1 Bedroom
1-2 Baths
557–942 Sq. Ft.

One-Bedroom Apartments

All apartments offer easy access to the amenities of our community. Private outdoor spaces — either patios or balconies — are a feature of every apartment.

Studio Apartments
1 Bath
462 Sq. Ft.

Studio Apartments

Spacious studios feature a recessed bedroom area, kitchenette and large living space. All apartments offer easy access to the amenities of our community. Private outdoor spaces — either patios or balconies — are a feature of every apartment.


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Simply put, a Life Plan Community (also known as a continuing care retirement community or CCRC) is a community for older adults that offers independent living residences and access to higher levels of care all on one campus.

Independent residences are typically outfitted with the latest in home fits and finishes and offer the freedom of maintenance-free living. For a set monthly fee, so much is included: fresh dining, housekeeping, engaging amenities, and a myriad of cultural, social, educational, fitness and wellness programs.

Should a time come when extra support would be beneficial or required, a plan is in place. Specialized care, such as assisted living, memory support, short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing, right on campus provides just what’s needed when it’s needed in welcoming environments.

Choosing to move to a Life Plan Community is about more than a maintenance-free lifestyle and having a plan in place for future care needs. If you are a proactive person, it’s about setting yourself up to ensure you are living life to the fullest. By having more time to do what you want to do — not what you have to do. By expanding your opportunities to be socially connected. By living in an environment designed to support total wellness. And ultimately, by having security and peace of mind for you and those who love you.

A 55+ community offers independent living homes that usually include a maintenance-free lifestyle and a campus with common spaces and amenities. A Life Plan Community such as Regents Point does the same, and, in addition, it offers various care options on campus. This means that if the health of you or your spouse ever changes, a plan will be in place. You won't need to move or be separated.

Regents Point offers independent living apartments and villa homes in a wide range of sizes and floor plans. All homes feature modern fits and finishes and a private outdoor space, either a patio or balcony. And, of course, all residents have access to a wealth of across our 16-acre campus.

Yes, pets are welcome! Some breed and weight restrictions may apply, so please talk to a sales counselor about your specific situation.

Absolutely not. Independent living at Regents Point is just that: independent. You decide how to live your life, structure your day and pursue what’s most important to you. And your residence is your private space. We believe strongly in the benefits of living in a community setting with easy access to new friends, neighbors, interest groups and social events. But there is never any pressure to participate. You can partake in community life to whatever extent you desire.

Our 16-acre campus is loaded with amenities. Our fully equipped fitness center, heated outdoor pool, putting green, lawn bowling court and walking paths make it easy to stay active. Spaces such as our artist studio and woodworking shop provide creative outlets. Social hotspots include our main dining room, bistro cafe, new Fireside Bar, card and game rooms, club meeting rooms and beautiful common areas.

Eating well is a cornerstone of our total wellness approach. For us, this means food prepared healthfully, from scratch, with fresh ingredients and locally sourced whenever possible. Our menus feature a balanced offering of gourmet cuisine and classic comfort foods.

Flexible “dining dollars” can be used where and when you like: in our main dining room, our casual bistro, our Fireside Bar and even when shopping at the farmers market occasionally hosted on campus.

Regents Point residents are very active with a wealth of interests! Between the work of our Life Enrichment team to create programs and excursions and 50 resident-led clubs, interest groups and committees, there is something for everyone.

Some examples include:

  • Group excursions to Segerstrom Center for the Arts, the Laguna Playhouse, Angels games and more
  • Lectures, book clubs and discussion groups, such as a New Yorker discussion group
  • Musical performances by residents, a chorale group and the Footlighters drama group
  • Numerous clubs and interest groups, such as card groups, meditation, scientific interests and grief support
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Many fitness classes, water aerobics and personal training sessions
  • Various resident-led committees that shape community life
  • Spiritual and religious services, including Vespers, Catholic Mass and Shabbat

As an independent living resident with a Life Plan contract, you will pay a monthly fee and a one-time entrance fee. Both types of fees vary considerably depending on the size and type of home you choose. In addition, entrance fees vary by whether you select a nonrebatable or rebatable entrance fee option. (Rebatable means a portion of your entrance fee is returned to you or your estate when you leave the community.) Please contact our sales counselors to learn more about available floor plans and their fees.

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An essential tenet of a Life Plan contract is to offer our residents security for life — physically, emotionally and financially. We operate a nonprofit foundation that provides financial support to those who outlive their resources through no fault of their own. For more information on Regents Point’s Life Plan contract, please contact one of our sales counselors.

Yes. We work closely with a downsizing and move management company that specializes in helping older adults. It can provide tremendous help throughout the process with sorting, organizing, disposing of unwanted items, packing for the move, space planning for your new home and even unpacking all of your belongings!

The benefit of a Life Plan Community such as Regents Point is that you have a plan in place for possible future care needs. On our campus, we offer not only independent living residences but also care options such as assisted living, memory support and a skilled nursing center that can help with short-term recovery from a health event or a long-term care need. We can also assist you with adding home health services while living independently. As needs change, we work with you to determine what options are best and to add support only as needed to preserve autonomy and independence.

No, Regents Point is not a traditional nursing home. It is a Life Plan Community, where the majority of residents live independently. We offer independent living residences and a continuum of care options — assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing care — should they be needed on one campus. Our care options include short-stay rehabilitation nursing for people who have been discharged from a hospital stay but are not yet strong enough to return to their homes.

In our independent living homes (sometimes also called “residential living”) no caregiver assistance for help with activities of daily living is included as part of the standard monthly fee. No one is precluded from our independent living homes based on any protected category. We welcome everyone. Each independent living resident has the ability to make separate arrangements for caregiver services either by hiring private in-home caregivers or contracting for additional services through their HumanGood community (if such services are offered).

It's normal to wonder if you’re ready to move. Understanding what being ready really means will help you make a decision that feels right for you. At times, people feel like they are waiting for a sign, a special birthday or circumstance. But the truth is, once you understand what a Life Plan Community is — and, just as importantly, what it’s not — the decision will become less fraught. Don’t forget to ask other people who have made the move about how they came to their decision — no doubt what you will hear is that they wish they had done it sooner.

Discover other living options.

A major benefit of the Life Plan Community model is that it offers access to higher levels of care should you ever need them.

Assisted Living

It's care when and where you need it. For those whose health or circumstances require special attention, assisted living at Regents Point is provided in a highly personalized and dedicated residential environment. Assisted living is available to both residents and nonresidents of Regents Point.

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Memory Support

The Immerse™ program is a proprietary memory support philosophy and practice developed by HumanGood to create our welcoming neighborhoods that were designed with a singular commitment to preserving the dignity and individuality of every person and family.

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Skilled Nursing

Getting back to your best self may require short-term rehabilitation. Take comfort in knowing that if the need arises, our health center professionals are ready to support you. Our expert caregiving team has extensive experience in creating a warm, person-centered nursing care environment, for short-term or long-term care.

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