If you are
55 or older, you can make St. Leo’s Place your address.
A unique independent living experience, Greensboro’s
distinctive apartment community for older adults is located
where St. Leo’s Hospital and Notre Dame High School
once stood. At the edge of the 21st Century . . . well situated,
well designed, well equipped and well managed . . . for
You can feel Greensboro’s history
all around you. You can see the tall oak that has overlooked
history for more than a century in this quaint but exciting
community, the proud Charles B. Aycock Historic District.
You can hear the gentle soft voices of the highly skilled
nurses at the hospital of nearly 100 years ago . . . the
laughter and recitations of serious minded but joyful students
at the school that took the hospital’s place after
A convenient block away by sidewalk, at
the corner of Bessemer and Summit Avenues, shopkeepers and
vendors of all sorts wait to serve you at two shopping centers.
And Greensboro’s buses are ready to take you to other
points, including nearby places of worship and first-class
Special words describe St. Leo’s:
convenient, comfortable, budget-friendly, modern, accessible,
interesting and picturesque. You don’t have to be
wealthy to live in this affordable community.
Each one-bedroom and two-bedroom unit features
ground-level living, fully-equipped kitchen including range,
refrigerator, dishwasher, washer/dryer connections, apartment
controls for air conditioning and heat, safety and emergency
signal switches, patio, carpeting and bath facilities with
grab bars. St. Leo’s also features a number of handicapped
accessible units and common use areas including a beautifully
appointed community day room, on-site office, coin operated
laundry room and generous parking space.
For more details, please contact our property