Lifestyle Opportunities at our Greensburg Campus

Redstone Highlands offers a variety of quality housing choices for older adults who prefer to live with peace of mind in a comfortable community. Retirement living options at your Greensburg campus include:

Supportive Care


In the Neighborhood

As the seat of Westmoreland County, Redstone’s Greensburg community is located close to local cultural, historical and shopping districts. Popular venues include the Palace Theatre, summer concerts in St. Clair Park, the Westmoreland Mall and the Greensburg Garden Center right next door.

At Redstone

On campus Redstone boasts a variety of dining options. The Veranda dining room has both indoor and outdoor dining with carving station, pizza oven and outdoor grill. Both residents and visitors enjoy the convenience of our Sisters Bistro restaurant located just off the lobby. Courtyard, Garden and the Rehab at Redstone offer restaurant style dining in more intimate dining venues and are also open to guests visiting loved ones.

Other amenities include a full library with a selection of both regular print and large print books. The arts and crafts room serves as a great space for special projects and card clubs. The ample size of our chapel makes it a perfect space for worship services, larger meetings, and events. Snacks, cards, necessities and just plain fun items are available in our gift shop. For health enthusiasts, our Brenzia Wellness Center has state-of-the art excercise equipment and is available to both residents and enrolled guests.




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Greensburg

6 Garden Center Drive
Greensburg, PA 15601

Phone 724-832-8400
Fax 724-836-3710

Greensburg Dining Hall Greensburg Exercise Greensburg Library


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