Harrison Pointe

Harrison Residences provide independent living suites that are true apartment style residences complete with fully functional kitchens, gas or electric fireplaces and sundecks, combined with laundry and housekeeping services, meals, 24-hour security and nurse call, community activity areas, recreational activities and wellness programs designed to keep you healthy, active, independent and safe.

Harrison Pointe Retirement Residence

Floor Plans & Suite Layout

Harrison Pointe offers 1 & 2 bedroom suites, 1 bedroom & den, bachelor, bachelor & den, and wheelchair accessible suites.

“The Hangar”

Residents enjoy a 7,000 square foot recreation area including;

  • Exercise Room
  • Bingo Area
  • Woodworking Shop
  • The “Spitfire Lounge”
  • Floor Shuffle Board
  • Billiard Table
  • Table Tennis
Harrison Pointe Retirement residence
  • Complete Condo-style suite
  • Full kitchen with stove/oven and fridge/freezer
  • Fireplace and Sundeck
  • Call stations to staff members with private pendant option
  • Private bathrooms with sit down shower
  • Individually controlled electric heat & fireplace
  • Utilities included; gas, power, water and cable
  • Telephone and internet

About Us
The Harrisons (Harrison Landing & Harrison Pointe) were built by two long-time local businessmen, Glenn Bell and Ralph Giuriato. With their own parents aging, they recognized a need in Langley for a community that provides seniors and disabled adults with the accommodations and services required to meet the needs of their physical, emotional, social and spiritual well-being. The Harrisons wish to provide dignity, hope, security and meaning so that residents can enjoy their lives regardless of their circumstance.

The Harrison Philosophy
We believe that advancing age and physical frailty or disability should not be barriers to independent living. Easy access to flexible, optional support services such as those offered at a Harrison Residence will enable many seniors to live the rest of their lives within the community. We believe that in choosing to move into our residence, where care and support will be offered when needed and the company of others with whom to share day to day life is available, seniors will more fully enjoy their retirement years.

That we may “age in place” is surely the ideal that we all hope for in retirement, and we believe that this is now possible for residents of our residences.