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At Peconic Landing, we invite you to explore all that retirement should be…

Peconic Landing, Long Island’s only nationally accredited Lifecare community, is a place where embracing the arts fosters creativity. It’s a place where award-winning programs support a vital community. Here trusted leaders govern in the best interests of our members, and equity-based ownership ensures financial security for our members.

We trust that this website is only your first step in getting to know our community. We invite you to visit our campus and discover how this inviting destination can inspire you to explore new passions and own your future.

Community News

People in the News: Peconic Landing Expands Board of Trustees
Peconic Landing is proud to announce the appointment of three new members to its Board of Trustees, bringing Board leadership to its fullest complement since the inception of the organization. Joining the Board are Claudia Ward of Bridgehampton, Eileen McGuire of Peconic and Paul May of Southold. Peconic Landing’s 14-member Board of Trustees is responsible … Continue reading People in the News: Peconic Landing Expands Board of Trustees
Greenport Fire Department names Robert Syron Grand Marshal
North Fork Patch: Greenport’s 173rd Washington’s Birthday Parade: Photos, Video Robert J. Syron, president and CEO of Peconic Landing, was chosen by the Chiefs of the Department to serve as the proud grand marshal. Syron said he was honored to be tapped for the title. “Peconic Landing values the Greenport Fire Department very much and we … Continue reading Greenport Fire Department names Robert Syron Grand Marshal
Taking Pride in LEED Certification: Assisted Living Industry Seeks Sustainable Infrastructure
ACHR News: Contractors Provide Assistance to Assisted Living Peconic Landing is a continuing care retirement community in Greenport, New York. Its 144-acre campus is made up of 109 cottages and 187 apartments for residential independent living as well as assisted-living apartments and accommodations for skilled nursing, short-term rehabilitation, and memory support. The community’s expansion independent living … Continue reading Taking Pride in LEED Certification: Assisted Living Industry Seeks Sustainable Infrastructure
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