I have looked forward to encountering this location since my journey began more than five years ago. My husband and I have been affiliated with The New Jewish Home for twenty-five years, starting when my grandmother became a resident. Ten years later, she turned one hundred years old and my husband was honored to become a member of the board of this not-for-profit. The New Jewish Home has been around for nearly 170 years, providing a continuum of services for elders including home care, post-acute rehabilitation, long-term care, and senior living options. There are plans in place to move this Manhattan home to a side street a few blocks south. The new facility, to be known as the Living Center of Manhattan, will be the first to offer the Green House model in an urban setting.