The Landing at Watercrest opens in Pearland

The Landing at Watercrest opened on Dec. 2. The assisted-living facility offers 24-hour nursing with options for personalized support as well as memory care. Located at 2907 Broadway Bend Drive, Pearland, The Landing offers a specialized memory care program and Extended Care, an assisted-living support program. The Landing also opened its garden on Nov. 25. This is a sister location to Watercrest, which offers independent living for seniors. 832-305-9000. www.watercrestshadowcreekranch.com
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By Morgan Slutzky

Morgan is the reporter for the Pearland and Friendswood newspaper. She joined Community Impact in 2019 after graduating from Temple University with a degree in journalism. Her primary area of coverage is education, but she also writes about local events and businesses.


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