Saint Louis Retirement Communities

There are 19 Retirement Communities in Saint Louis, MO and 11 Retirement Communities nearby.

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  • Crestview Senior Living

    Crestview Senior Living

    Crestwood, MO 63123 10.1 miIndependent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Discover what other active seniors have already discovered when joining Crestview Senior Living—days filled with friendship, laughter and fun without the worry of life responsibilities.

  • Brookdale Creve Coeur

    Brookdale Creve Coeur

    Creve Coeur, MO 63146 13.3 miAssisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Brookdale Creve Coeur provides assisted living residents with lifestyles, housing, and services in comfortable surroundings combined with exceptional amenities, programs, and care.

  • The Atrium of Belleville

    The Atrium of Belleville

    Belleville, IL 62220 14.2 miIndependent Living, Retirement Communities
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    The Atrium of Belleville, located in Belleville, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.

  • The Fountains of Shiloh

    The Fountains of Shiloh

    Shiloh, IL 62221 14.3 miAssisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Settled near local shops, surrounded by manicured grounds and cozy feel, River Bend Senior Living in Rochester, Minnesota offers independent and assisted living.

  • The Villa at Riverwood

    The Villa at Riverwood

    Florissant, MO 63031 15.2 miIndependent Living, Respite Care, Retirement Communities
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    A well-known landmark, The Villa at Riverwood has been serving seniors in the prestigious Riverwood Estates neighborhood since 1985.

  • Lakeview Park

    Lakeview Park

    Fenton, MO 63026 16.3 miIndependent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Situated in one of the most affluent suburbs of Saint Louis, Lakeview Park is one of the premier independent senior living communities in Missouri.

  • The Fountains of Troy

    The Fountains of Troy

    Troy, IL 62294 17.5 miAssisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Settled conveniently near local restaurants and shops, surrounded with manicured grounds and cozy feel, The Fountains of Troy, Illinois is designed to evoke feelings of a comfortable home.

  • Briarcrest Estates

    Briarcrest Estates

    Ballwin, MO 63011 17.8 miIndependent Living, Retirement Communities
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    At Briarcrest Estates, seniors will find an independent living community that offers the peace of the suburbs coupled with the perks of living near a large city.

  • Carrington Place of St Charles

    Carrington Place of St Charles

    Saint Charles, MO 63301 19.5 miAssisted Living, Continuing Care, Independent Living, Memory Care, Nursing Homes, Retirement Communities
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    Active seniors who are ready to spend retirement being pampered will relish the lifestyle found at Carrington Place of St. Charles, because we provide resort-style living.

  • Fairwinds - River's Edge

    Fairwinds - River's Edge

    Saint Charles, MO 63303 19.5 miIndependent Living, Retirement Communities
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    At Fairwinds - River's Edge, we provide luxurious and charming homes in a resort-style setting for Saint Charles seniors seeking the very best in retirement living.

  • Brookdale St. Peters

    Brookdale St. Peters

    Saint Peters, MO 63376 23.0 miIndependent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Brookdale St. Peters is perfect for active seniors who desire an independent and relaxing retirement lifestyle without the worries of home maintenance.

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Reviews of Saint Louis Retirement Communities

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    Tesson Heights

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    I had the pleasure of visiting Tesson Heights which offers planned and scheduled activities from 7am to 5pm daily. Which is available 7 days a week.The facility is older. But the inside is decorated with lots of style. And is decorated in warm colors of burgundy and brown. The meal I had at the community was standard...

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Information About Retirement Communities in Saint Louis

Information About Retirement Communities in Saint Louis

St. Louis, Missouri, with a population of about 300,000, has long been known as the “Gateway to the West.” Since explorers Lewis and Clark first headed out west from this location (thus kicking off the Lewis and Clark Expedition), the world had its eyes on this important city, rich in resources and thriving on trade and industry. Since then, St. Louis has only flourished and today it is one of the largest cities in the southern Midwest. It straddles both the Northern and Southern American cultures and is divided by the mighty Mississippi River. St. Louis offers an affordable cost of living, flowing with arts and sciences, and an array of opportunities for seniors and their caregivers. When considering a place to retire, St. Louis, Missouri should definitely be on the top of your list. Forest_Park_2012_098

Organizations Serving Seniors in St. Louis

Because of its size and diversity, the city and area of St. Louis offers a plethora of opportunities, organizations, and services for local seniors. The St. Louis Area Agency on Aging is perhaps the most prominent organization serving the needs of seniors in the St. Louis area, offering opportunities for employment, volunteerism, and socialization for seniors in the community. Other local senior centers, such as the Northside Youth and Senior Service Center, Inc., the Five Star Senior Center, and other senior centers managed by the Mid-East Area Agency on Aging offer health, education, and art classes, art and crafts workshops, exercise and fitness groups, walking clubs, community and health resources, and many more special events and connections to which seniors can connect.

St. Louis Senior-Friendly Activities

St. Louis offers a variety of senior-friendly activities, places where grandparents and their grandchildren can spend the day together. The Saint Louis Zoo provides a fun and engaging outing for people of all ages, and the nearby Renaud Spirit Center offers a variety of activities and options for residents of St. Louis retirement communities and other locals and visitors, ranging from arts and crafts classes to day or weekend getaways to casinos, the races, the spa, and more. The 1,300-acre Forest Park also offers a little something for everyone, such as lakes, a History Museum, Science Center, and jogging and skating paths. Additionally, the city offers its famous riverboat cruises, harkening back to the days of Mark Twain, and its natural beauty and warm summer days creates the perfect setting for an afternoon walk or picnic. There is no end to senior-friendly events and activities for older adults who choose retirement communities in St. Louis.

St. Louis Medical Facilities

St. Louis has nearly 10 state-of-the-art hospitals and health facilities, each providing unique services for senior citizens. St. Alexius Hospital offers a specialized Limb Preservation Center, which “offers a multispecialty approach to prevent amputation, treat Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) and heal diabetes related wounds.” Also serving the St. Louis area is BJC HealthCare, one of the largest non-profit health care organizations in the United States. Among several other local options for top-quality healthcare is St. Louis University Hospital, which consistently ranks among the top hospitals in the U.S. for geriatrics according to U.S. News and World Report.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in St. Louis

Metro Transit St. Louis is the city’s primary public transportation system, with all buses equipped with wheelchair lifts or ramps, and most offering kneeling capabilities to make it easier for seniors and individuals with disabilities to board. Curb-to-curb van service is available for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-eligible individuals through Metro Call-A-Ride. The MetroLink light rail provides easy access to area attractions.

Seniors who choose St. Louis retirement communities will find a pleasant and unending supply of benefits to living in this city, from recreational activities to art events, as well as a wide variety of events for all members of the family. For more information on senior living in St. Louis, see our options for St. Louis retirement communities.

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