Like many great endeavors, Falcons Landing started as a dream, a dream to create a place where those who served their nation could relax and savor life. Several retired officers who met regularly at Andrews Air Force Base had an idea: the D.C. area should have a military retirement community.
Starting with visits to communities across the country for inspiration, Falcons Landing opened in 1996 and was everything the founders dreamed it would be and, 27 years later, it exceeds their vision.
A short ride from Washington, D.C., Falcons Landing is an upscale, CARF accredited retirement community for seniors who have served as officers in the military as well as government retirees GS14 and higher, their spouses and surviving spouses. Retirement among those with the common bond of service to our country is especially meaningful.
Voted “Best Retirement Community in the Northern Region” as well as “Best of’” in Loudoun County by two local surveys in 2022, this life plan community has the added benefit of being a nonprofit. The Johnson Center at Falcons Landing was recognized by U.S. News & World Report in 2020-2022 as one of the best skilled nursing care facilities in the nation.
Along with world-class dining, there’s a full calendar of social events and activities, wellness opportunities and lifelong learning classes. Residential options include cottages with one and two car garages, apartments and our new Terrace Home apartments that feature an open concept and corner terrace. The Terrace Homes fuse together the best aspects of apartment and cottage living.
Retirement among those with the common bond of service to our country is especially meaningful.