Sunrise over lake at Touchmark at Emerald Lake in McKinney, Texas

Independent Living Options

Now that you’ve arrived at a place and time where you can enjoy the fruits of your labor, why spend another minute on household upkeep. Those living independently at Touchmark at Emerald Lake choose from a selection of bright, spacious, and private Lake House Homes. With panoramic views of rolling hills and lakeside walking trails around Emerald Lake, you’ll trade the responsibility of home maintenance and repairs for a social, vibrant lakeside lifestyle with friends.

Touchmark at Emerald Lake

350 S Hardin Blvd McKinney, TX 75072


Charley's bar  at Touchmark at Emerald Lake in McKinney, Texas

Services & Amenities

Our uniquely engaging community offers a wide array of services and amenities, including:

  • Charley’s dining venue serving breakfast and lunch, and The Boathouse, a full-service bar and restaurant with exceptional lake views
  • Chef-prepared cuisine
  • Health & Fitness Studio with personal fitness training
  • Concierge services
  • Housekeeping services
  • Scheduled transportation

Lake House Homes

Lake House home floor plan designs include studios, one and two bedrooms, one bedroom plus den, and two bedrooms plus den, with square footage ranging from 540 to 1,720.

Homes include:

  • Full kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances
  • Walk in closets
  • Basic cable
  • Utilities including electricity, water, sewer, and garbage

Whatever your needs and desires, we have a floor plan perfectly suited to you.

Resident living room at Touchmark at Emerald Lake in McKinney, Texas

“Really look into the activities your community is going to offer. They’ll all have some kind of dining program, but the amenities and staff are very important. I’ve been amazed that the Touchmark staff all already know my name. They make it a point to get to know everyone—you’re not just a home number to them, you’re a person. Don’t just look at the square footage; really determine what’s going to keep you active and interesting.”

– Joan Nichols, Touchmark at Emerald Lake resident