Discover An Incomparable Retirement Lifestyle

As Northern Indiana’s premier continuing care retirement community, Holy Cross Village at Notre Dame offers seniors exceptional residential living, unrivaled lifelong learning, and ensured security for the future. Holy Cross Village features superior services and amenities designed to keep the mind, body and spirit young, and is the perfect retirement living option for those seeking an active, independent lifestyle.

Holy Cross Village’s unique location and campus-like setting truly sets us apart from any other independent senior living communities in the area. Our close proximity to 3 prestigious institutions of higher learning allows residents to benefit from continued learning opportunities and the engaging experiences they share with others. At Holy Cross Village, seniors are empowered to live a full, enriching life — and thrive in a true “community” environment.

All of these things combine to distinguish Holy Cross Village at Notre Dame as the top choice in continuing care communities. And it has all led to our recent recognition by U.S. News & World Report as one of the Best Nursing Homes in 2016. This notable honor is given to less than a quarter of all communities in Indiana, and signifies earning five stars in overall performance from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Come see everything that makes Holy Cross Village so highly recognized today. Arrange for a personal tour, and discover just how rewarding this vibrant, carefree retirement lifestyle can be. (574) 251-2235

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Move into Andre Place by January 31, 2018 and save 10% on your monthly fee for 3 months!  This special is for select available apartments.


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