3701 Frankfort Avenue
Masonic Homes' 82-acre Louisville campus was designed in 1927 by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, who also directed the construction of Central Park in New York and the U.S. Capitol grounds. The Louisville site originally served widows and orphans of Kentucky Masons, but now offers an array of person-centered health services to the community.
Sam Swope Care Center
A skilled nursing facility unlike any other, bringing the Louisville area a new concept that includes 136 luxury suites in six households and services ranging from short-term rehabilitation to advanced memory care. Full-service dialysis center also on site.
The Pillars Assisted Care Center
Comfortable, modern accommodations that pair optimal levels of independence with the security of round-the-clock care.
Memory care neighborhood for seniors with moderate levels of Alzheimer's disease or other dementia.
Masonic Home Village
Independent-living community with loft and traditional apartment home options, conveniently located near community activity centers and offsite venues.
The Bistro/Club Olmsted
Casual dining restaurant serving campus residents and guests, plus a 30-seat movie theater, game room and craft studio.
Sproutlings Pediatric Day Care & Preschool
State-of-the-art Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care (PPEC) facility and integrated traditional day care and preschool located in Kosair Charities Center.
Miralea Senior Living
Gracious and upscale independent-living community with patio homes and apartment-style residences, opening in 2012.