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Before the outbreak, this building was a nursing home for the elderly.
After the outbreak, the retirement home was settled by numerous survivors, among them Magna's group. It was a good community to live in at first, with fences to keep the zombies out and glass houses that enabled the survivors to grow food year-round. As more and more people showed up, however, the community became overcrowded. When conditions took a turn for the worse, Magna and her group left, seven months before encountering the Alexandria survivors.
- Numerous unnamed residents
- Possibly numerous unnamed residents
- Issue 128 (Mentioned)
- This is the sixth known survivor community in the D.C. area, although it's unknown if they're still active.
|Locations (Comic Series)|
|Locations||Cynthiana, Kentucky • Harris Memorial Hospital • Rick's Neighborhood • Grimes Family Home • Atlanta, Georgia • Atlanta Survivor Camp • Wiltshire Estates • Greene Family Farm • Meriwether County Correctional Facility • Woodbury, Georgia • Woodbury Arena • Governor's Apartment • National Guard Station • Wal-Mart • Fr. Gabriel Stokes' Church • The Hunters' Base • Alexandria Safe-Zone • Hilltop Colony • Washington, D.C. • The Sanctuary • Tower Outpost • The Kingdom • Train Depot Outpost • Savior Outpost • Oceanside • Slade County Retirement Home • Atlantic Coast • Whisperers' Camp • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania • Juanita's Apartment • Train Yard • Wall of the Lost • The Commonwealth • Event Arena • Greenville • Grimes Family Farm • Springhaven • Train Tracks • Rick Grimes' Statue|
|Larger Regions||Kentucky • Georgia • Virginia • Pennsylvania • Ohio • United States of America|