The Providence redefines assisted living with resort-style amenities and world-class programs and care

Discover an innovative approach to modern assisted living rooted in hospitality & integrated wellness in Fairfax’s MetroWest neighborhood.

Step into The Providence, a brand-new assisted living and memory care community now open at 9490 Sprague Avenue in Fairfax, and experience a new model of assisted living, focused on renewal rather than retirement.

Eye-catching art and design elements, cutting-edge technology and a bright, airy ambiance invite you to dine, discover, engage, learn, relax and rejuvenate in this community of experiential and cultural enrichment.

The Providence boasts amenities that rival world-class resorts such as a concierge service, chef-driven restaurants, a full bar and lounge, a salon, day spa, fitness center, art studio and rooftop terrace with fire-pit seating.

Innovative programming such as Watermark University offers customizable courses, affording residents, associates and family members the opportunity to teach and take classes on subjects you are passionate about. Other unique programs include EngageVR, a virtual reality technology that keeps the brain active while providing uplifting and educational experiences.

Private studio, one- and two-bedroom residences are available on a monthly rental basis with no long-term commitment. Apartments feature modern kitchenettes, high-end appliances, upscale finishes, tall ceilings and ample natural light. Some include a private balcony.

The Providence welcomes you to learn more and schedule a tour by calling 571-396-0500 or visiting www.ProvidenceFairfax.com.

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