Our Evanston Retirement Community

Choices for What Matters Most.

What’s on your checklist for the ideal senior living community? Perhaps you’d like a large, walkable campus with gardens and green space. A fitness center with a robust offering of classes and a heated pool. The opportunity to keep learning, go to the opera or theater more often, or figure out how to use a loom or a kiln. Maybe you’re looking for a way to plan ahead for future health care needs, so you’ll know what to expect and your family won’t have to worry. Whatever’s on that list, you’ll probably find it here. And you’ll have the added bonus of belonging to a community of people who love getting the most out of life — just like you do.

“Life is what you make it. Always has been, always will be.”

Eleanor Roosevelt

Interested in learning more about life at Westminster Place? Give us a call at 847-570-3422, or use the contact form to ask for more information.

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Services and Amenities

You have other things to do. We’ll take on the chores so you can do something else.
See Services & Amenities
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Fresh, seasonal and chef-made — great food that you don’t have to cook. What’s not to like?
Discover Dining
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Here, everyday wellness is easy. See how many choices you have for improving your well-being.
Explore Wellness
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Our Team

May we introduce ourselves? Here are just a few of the people who lead the way here.
Meet the Leadership


Because we enacted an early response to COVID-19, we’ve minimized its effects and adapted in ways that have let residents get back to enjoying their exceptional lifestyles.

No, all of our communities are non-sectarian, and no religious affiliation is necessary. We respect all faith traditions.

Not-for-profit communities are guided by a strong mission and put people before profits. Instead of pleasing stockholders, our Board of Directors and employees focus on pleasing residents. In addition, any proceeds not needed for expenses are reinvested in the community.

If a resident who has signed a Life Plan Residence Agreement outlives their assets (through no fault of their own), they will be eligible to receive financial assistance from the Geneva Foundation, the benevolent arm of Presbyterian Homes.

Absolutely not. Each resident maintains control of his or her assets. We now offer many financial options to meet a potential resident’s budget.

We offer a number of options including a 30-day refund option and a 1-year guaranteed refund option. Otherwise, refunds are typically paid once a resident leaves the community, and once their residence has been resold and we have received a replacement entrance fee.

The “equity” in your residence is limited by your potential refund. Presbyterian Homes retains official title, so if you move to assisted living or healthcare, it is a convenient and seamless process that does not require you or your family to “sell” your previous residence.