Yes, you’re allowed to have visitors stay with you overnight. Our House Rules permit residents to have visitors stay for up to two weeks. If any visitor wishes to stay for a longer time, they must receive permission from the Administrator to extend their visit.
We have a very active Residents’ Association which organizes lunches, dinners, entertainment and socials. There are regularly scheduled evenings for Bingo, Shuffleboard, Pool and Cards. The Association also runs a small Coffee Shop where residents can buy a selection of dairy and frozen foods as well as some dry goods and paper products. Read More
The SEPTA Route 130 stops directly in front of our community. It runs on an hourly basis from Bucks County Community College through one of the Newtown shopping centers to St. Mary Medical Center and then onto Neshaminy Mall and ending at Franklin Mills Mall. Residents may use Bucks County Transport for personal visits to doctors, stores, banks, etc. Read More
Yes, we do provide reserved parking spaces for residents with cars. Each household will be assigned a parking spot that they will be able to utilize close to their building. We want our residents to have the option to drive to the grocery store, pick up supplies, get a meal, etc. Read More
Yes, residents in our community are allowed to have pets provided they comply with the House Pet Rules. These rules are mandated and approved by HUD. However, if you or your partner happens to have a disability such as loss of vision, there are no restrictions on assistive animals such as seeing eye dogs or anything similar to that situation. Read More
The Plaza’s fire system was extensively renovated and updated in the past two years and improvements continue to be made all the time. There is a sprinkler system throughout the hallways and public areas, and fire safety walls between each unit. Every apartment has at least one smoke detector as well as an extension “horn” for the main building alarm so the occupants will always be alerted to a fire emergency even if they are asleep with their bedroom door closed. Read More
All entry doors are kept locked at all times and residents may enter the building using key “fobs” which operate various doors. Visitors must contact the residents they are coming to see or the Office staff to gain admission via a phone system. Residents are instructed never to admit anyone that is not visiting them. Read More
We have two apartments set aside for Resident Night Managers to reside in. The Night Mangers take it in turn to be on duty whenever the Office is closed on nights, weekends, holidays, etc. so that if there is any kind of problem, whether a health or a building problem, a member of staff will always be available to summon professional help. Read More