The Watermark at Logan Square

The Watermark at Logan Square

The Best in Center City Senior Living The Watermark at Logan Square, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a retirement community offering Independent Living, Personal Care, Memory Care, and Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing, in an unrivaled supportive living setting where care is tailored to each resident. Our location in the heart of Center City means moreMore

Quality of Care

Levels of Care

  • Independent Living
  • Assisted Living / Personal Care
  • Memory Care
  • Short Term / Respite Care
  • Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
  • Adult Day Care
  • Rehab
License Status
Full
Daily Staff Per Resident
1.36
Nurse On Site?
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24 Hour Nurse On Site?
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Secured Dementia Unit?
Yes
Memory Care Programs
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Contracts and Pricing

Plan Types

  1. Type CFee-For-Service Contracts
  2. Type DRental Agreements
  3. Daily RatesAssisted Living & Skilled Nursing

Type C or Fee for Service contracts generally have a lower entrance fee and monthly service fee than Type A contracts, but do not include expenses for assisted living or skilled nursing. These services are paid for as needed at the market rate, and are often difficult to predict.

Entrance Fee 90% Refundable
Entrance Fee Non-Refundable
Monthly Fee
Combined ShapeSemi-Private Room
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Private roomPrivate Room
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Studio
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$65,000
$2,895
1 Bedroom
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$65,000
$3,495
2 Bedroom
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$65,000
$4,595
Prices shown reflect minimum costs and may be out of date. Please contact the community directly for complete pricing details.

Benevolent Care

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Benevolent Care
No data found for this community's benevolent care availability.

Benevolent Care is the discounting of fees for current residents who have exhausted their assets. It is generally only available to residents who appeared likely to be able to cover the full cost of their care at the time of application. Communities which offer Benevolent Care typically guarantee that residents can stay in the community if they outlive their assets, dependent on endowment funds.

Living There

  1. Amenities
  2. Eligibility & Pets
  3. Dining
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    Housekeeping
    Laundry
    Lecture Series
    Library
    Parking
    Performing Arts
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    Transportation Services
Religious Services
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Types of Units

  • Private room
    Private Room
  • Combined Shape
    Semi-Private Room
  • Studio
  • One Bedroom Apt
  • Two Bedroom Apt
  • Cottage
    Cottage
  • Combined Shape
    Townhouse

About Company

For Profit/Nonprofit
For Profit
Parent Organization
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Year Opened
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Reviews
Average rating from 5 reviews:
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    My mother was there for a week. They discharged her with a still weeping wound, unable to walk up her stairs and with a Foley catheter that they NEVER explained how to empty. She left facility at 2pm and was not going to receive care until the next morning at 8am. Her Foley bag was completely full and could have backed up into her bladder. Outrageous that they would not inform or educate her as to how to empty it. Will never send someone there or have my mother go there.
    Laurie Appel · 2 weeks ago
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    Be YOU! Want your houseplant garden in the hallway? A plaque or sign outside your front door? I have both. Management and visitors alike welcome them. You don’t have to shop, plan, cook or cleanup for anyone – hardly even for yourself. Thrive in all you can do with the time and energy those duties used to take. And enjoy all the varied and delicious food you want. Be part of an intelligent, cultured and warm community at Watermark and at the same time be different – if you want to be. Feel safe – you are. Go on free trips near and far, for the arts and intellect, parks and beaches, exercise and fun, restaurants and more. Medical care is a click away. Both our executive director and primary doctor are responsive, thorough and lovable (emailing a comment or criticism to Director Jennifer Tapner usually brings a cogent response almost before you think she has read your message). Giant windows to the outside on all sides afford views of the ever-evolving cityscape and always changing sky.
    Myrna Bloom Marcus · 11 months ago
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    The worst nursing home in Philadelphia. The staff is very very lazy.The address is impressive the building is nice but the service is poor.My uncle is there for rehab after being in a coma for 4 months and to wake up to this is unexpectable. The state department needs to investigate that place.
    Kangi Crews · 4 months ago
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    Our community is a wonderful place to live.My husband and I moved here about 3 years ago.We both enjoyed the food ,made new friends,loved the movies and so many other activities.MY husband passed away 1 year ago,getting used to his not being here with me could have been so very lonely.Of course I miss him,but my friends here and keeping busy has eased my being alone.. It;s never boring,so much to do.places to go,things to see-or just relax and read ,play board games ect... Life is what you make it.And I intend to enjoy mine here . (I just wish the food wasn't so good)
    Glorya Brown · 11 months ago
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    just wanted to tell you all-i am sitting on the patio.it;s like an oasis in the city. the sun is out the floweres are sooooo lovely,just finished a great lunch with friends....can;t ask for more....what a way to live...
    Alex( · 5 months ago