Evaluation consisted of baseline and end-of-intervention measures, including standardized cognitive testing at both time points, semistructured follow-up interviews with each participant after the intervention, and quarterly focus groups with a convenience sample of seven involved clinical staff. The qualitative data revealed three major themes—the apartment experience, the technology, and learning to live on one's own. Patients saw the apartment as an opportunity for them to experience living on their own, with the support of the inpatient clinical team. It gave patients a sense of privacy that was not possible on the inpatient unit. It provided a place to build confidence in advance of discharge and a place to socialize with families and friends. The smart technology provided an interface with clinical staff that allowed for contact when the patient felt the need for it and for providing skill building and cognitive remediation assistance.