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  • Meals Provided
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Hospice Available
  • 4.4 of 5 average rating of 37 reviews

About Grandhaven Manor - Lansing, MI

Grandhaven Manor is an elegant retirement community designed exclusively for those of you 55 and older. As a Resident of Grandhaven Manor you will live in grand style in a lovely one or two bedroom apartment or one of our beautiful cottages with attached garages. We know that you will love the many advantages that Grandhaven Manor has to offer as well as our many features, services and amenities.

Residents of Grandhaven Manor and their visitors have a wealth of places to visit and things to do in Lansing. Not only is the city of 116,020 residents the state capital, but a city of vibrant neighborhoods each of which has its own character. And it's a rather cosmopolitan character where you may hear any one of 63 languages spoken by residents drawn here by Michigan State University in nearby East Lansing, or start-up or entrepreneurial opportunities in the Lansing Regional Smart Zone. As one might expect, it offers cultural venues, historical sites, and unique eateries.

City Info

The median age, as of 2016, was 31.4 years of age, with those over 62 comprising 11.4% of the population. Seniors considering making Lansing their new home will find the following information useful:

- The area offers a wide spectrum of senior living and retirement communities including 55-and-over apartment complexes, independent living developments, assisted living and memory care facilities, and skilled nursing homes. Eleven of these are located in the Lansing metro area.

- Although Lansing is a car-dependent city with most errands requiring a car, walkable neighborhoods include Old Town, Old Forest, and the Stadium District, earning it an overall walk-ability score of 45. Those who like biking fare a bit better since its bike score is 52.

- Since Michigan is a state known for snow, it's not surprising that the average annual snowfall is 51 inches. Average annual rainfall amounts to 31.7 inches. As for temperatures, although the average annual high is 57.3 degrees, and the annual average low is 39.1, it's more telling that the average January low is 17 and the average July high is 82.


For a city its size, Lansing offers an impressive list of transportation choices. In fact, the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) named the Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) North America's best transportation system in 2007. Options include:
- Buses: 20 convenient CATA bus routes around the city
- Trolley:Entertainment Express, offering connections between downtown Lansing and East Lansing's entertainment district
- Cabs
- Limos

For out-of-town visits,
- Capital City Airport offers direct flights to many cities including Orlando, Atlanta, and Washington D.C.
- Amtrak train routes

Health and Safety

As might be expected for the capital of a state known for its colleges and universities, the automotive industry, and a flourishing entrepreneurial spirit, Lansing residents have access to state-of-the-art health-care facilities including:
- Sparrow Health System, a level 1 trauma center
- McLaren Regional Medical Center
- Specialty and primary care services available to the public at the Michigan State University (MSU) Schools of Human Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, and Nursing
- Great Lakes Cancer Institute, a joint venture of MSU and McLaren

As for safety, while Lansing scores high in other measures of livability, it also scores high in crime rates with both the violent crime and property crime rates in 2016 scoring higher than the national averages. The following number represents the number of individual crimes per 100,000 individuals.
- Property crimes in Lansing: 293.7
- Nationwide property crimes: 216.6
- Violent crimes in Lansing: 655.4
- Nationwide violent crimes: 216

Sports and Leisure

Lansing offers sports and leisure opportunities for those interested in participating as well as observing.

- River Trail: an eight-mile route extending from Old Town Lansing southwards to and through the MSU campus offers runners and walkers daily exercise.
- MSU Sports events: MSU, 4.9 miles away in East Lansing means residents of Lansing have access to tickets not only to Spartan football and basketball games but also track, field hockey, ice hockey, soccer. volleyball, golf, and tennis
- Harris Nature Center: five miles of nature trails and a 0.75-mile paved loop.
- Golf Courses to accommodate all golfing skills
- Northern Trail Dog Park: two acres of fenced-in parkland for off-leash walks for dog-owners and their best friends.

Shopping and Entertainment

Whether its a shopping venture or a night of entertainment, Lansing is right up there with big cities in its offerings.


- Malls: Eastwood Towne Center, Lansing Mall, Meridian Mall
- Antiques and vintage: Mega Mall
- Farmers markets
- Vineyards, wineries, and cider mills


- Wharton Center for Performing Arts: an arts venue with four unique stages for classical music, dance, and Broadway shows.
- Music Festivals such as the Lansing Jazz Festival, Great Lakes Folk Festival, and Michigan Bluesfest
- Cinema Lansing and IMAX

Religious Facilities

With the many nationalities and cultures that call Lansing Michigan home, it's not surprising that the area offers 216 houses of worship.