The holidays bring one of our favorite traditions at The Landings — the annual Adopt An Angel program. We’re proud that our community has generously supported this amazing initiative for over 22 years now. This holiday season we are pleased to partner with Chatham County CASA Program & The Marine Holiday Toy Drive. While we’ve
Every year Forbes releases its much anticipated top 25 places to retire in the U.S. and we’re thrilled to announce that Savannah is once again on the list for 2020! With its southern charm, coastal lifestyle, lower taxes and mild climate, we agree it’s the perfect place for retirees and soon-to-be retirees to call home.
The pandemic is making many people reconsider their options when it comes to where they live. As company policies about working remotely have changed, the idea of relocating is much more realistic and achievable. In particular, people living in densely populated cities are realizing that moving to a quieter, less populated area is not only
COVID-19, and in turn, quarantine, has changed the daily lives of many, and most affected are those who live in densely populated cities. City dwellers have been forced inside smaller homes with less room to roam and fewer public spaces to explore––at least not without breaking social distance. With many public spaces closed, remote working
A simple idea has turned into a movement. Meals for Medical is taking donations to provide free food to the medical professionals on Savannah’s front lines. Landings resident and club member, Jennifer Green, started Meals for Medical as a way for the community to show thanks to the ER doctors, nurses and emergency workers who