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Enriching Lives, Together

Landis Homes brings together the best parts of picturesque Lancaster County. Ducks paddle around the wetlands outside comfortable living spaces with balconies, as a group of cyclists taking advantage of the winding paths pass by. A state-of-the-art fitness center and a wide range of dining selections, everything from a bistro to a café to home-cooked favorites, complement the freedom of life Landis Homes residents experience. The 114-acre countryside campus is just a short drive from artistic, bustling Lancaster city. Most importantly, the community of welcoming neighbors invest in deep relationships, wellness and vibrant life.

Live Here

Residential Living in Cottages, Apartments, and Hybrid Homes, plus Personal Care and Healthcare, on a campus with varied amenities and lifelong learning opportunities.

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Work Here

Landis Homes is an equal opportunity employer, building careers among over 500 team members earning competitive wages and receiving an excellent benefits package.

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Give

Our community has enjoyed a long tradition of stewardship and generosity to honor and enrich the lives of aging adults in our community of Christ-like love.

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Experience how Landis cultivates life, together.

Landis Homes is honored to be a Landis affiliate.

Ken and Marilyn riding bike

Enriching Time

We enjoy keeping our minds and bodies active. The health, wellness and lifelong learning programs here at Landis Homes encourage that lifestyle. Our cottage suits us perfectly, and we’re glad we moved here when we did.
Ken & Marilyn, Landis Homes Residents

Life at Landis

FLOURISH Landis Communities Magazine Fall 2022 Issue Released

The Landis Communities Communications team has released a new publication – the Fall 2022 FLOURISH magazine. In this issue, there are stories of those who make Landis Communities so special, as well as Community Impact Features and a snapshot of…

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Merrill G. Freed to Show His Work at Landis Homes Retirement Community

In first grade, Merrill realized he liked to draw. He was encouraged by teachers and especially his eighth grade art teacher and Principal. At the age of 15 he submitted a picture of the “Draw Me” girl found in a…

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