Memphis Retirement Communities

There are 11 Retirement Communities in Memphis, TN and 3 Retirement Communities nearby.

Nearby Retirement Communities

  • Robinwood


    Bartlett, TN 38134 12.7 mi 55+ Communities, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Designed for the mature adult with a passion for living, Robinwood is a luxurious retirement community that offers resort-style living for seniors age 55+.

  • The Solana Germantown

    The Solana Germantown

    Germantown, TN 38138 15.4 mi Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care, Retirement Communities
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    Newly constructed and offering a range of retirement living options, The Solana Germantown has numerous amenities and services for senior to enjoy.

  • Silvercreek Senior Living Community

    Silvercreek Senior Living Community

    Olive Branch, MS 38654 17.2 mi Assisted Living, Hospice Care, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
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    The peace of mind that comes with knowing supportive services are close at hand while enjoying one’s independence is found at the welcoming Silver Creek Senior Living Community in Olive Branch.

Other Retirement Communities

  • Kennington Pointe

    Memphis, TN 38115 Assisted Living, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
  • Luther Towers

    Luther Towers

    Memphis, TN 38111 Independent Living, Retirement Communities
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    Luther Towers is a Senior Community for 50 and older. Senior Highrise with 13 floors and 196 units.

  • Mary Galloway Home

    Memphis, TN 38111 Independent Living, Retirement Communities
  • The Atrium and Cottages at Lutheran Village

    Memphis, TN 38128 55+ Communities, Independent Living, Retirement Communities
  • Trezevant Manor

    Memphis, TN 38111 Independent Living, Retirement Communities
  • Wesley Highland Terrace

    Wesley Highland Terrace

    Memphis, TN 38111 55+ Communities, Independent Living, Retirement Communities, Senior Apartments
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    Wesley Highland Terrace offers senior apartments in the University of Memphis area. Our large apartments have a fully equipped kitchen, washers and dryers and great views.

Information About Retirement Communities in Memphis

Information About Retirement Communities in Memphis

The city of Memphis is located in Shelby County, in the southwestern corner of Tennessee. The city sits on the banks of the Mississippi, and is in fact the largest city on the river. As of the 2010 census, the Memphis population was 652,078 people, though the metropolitan area extends into Mississippi and Arkansas and is home to over one million people. Graceland

Memphis is known to many as the home of Elvis Presley, the undisputed King of Rock and Roll. Presley’s legacy is felt in every corner of the city, and as such, Graceland is popular attraction for Elvis fans, music lovers, and history buffs alike. In fact, Graceland was voted the Best Iconic American Attraction in 2013, and the 13-acre estate is visited by more than 600,000 people each year. Memphis hosts several cultural, music, art, and film festivals throughout the year. With music immersed in the city’s culture, Memphis is where many soul, blues, gospel, rock ‘n’ roll, and country artists got their start.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Memphis

The Aging Commission of the Mid-South offers assistance to seniors in Fayette, Lauderdale, Shelby, and Tipton counties in Tennessee. The organization offers congregational meals, food supplements, physical fitness programs, home delivered meals, homemaker services, and counseling. Additionally, residents of Milwaukee retirement communities may be eligible for legal assistance, advocacy, medical equipment, and emergency response services from the Aging Commission of the Mid-South. Transportation is available to seniors in need, and there are also support groups available. In addition to these services, the city of Memphis has six senior centers throughout the city offering field trips, classes, dances, and special events to local residents 55 and older. Many centers also offer lunches during the week, and can arrange transportation for seniors who need it.

Memphis Senior-Friendly Activities

Because Memphis has a booming tourism industry, there is no shortage of interesting things to do. Art lovers will enjoy the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and the Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art, which is known by some as the Jade Museum due to its large collection of artwork made of jade. The Dixon Gallery and Gardens is also located in Memphis, focusing on French and American impressionism. Seniors residing in retirement communities in Memphis may also want to take a tour Graceland, the home of Elvis. This iconic attraction is one of the most-visited homes, second only to the White House. Those who love music history will enjoy a trip to the Memphis Walk of Fame, which is located in the Beale Street historic district and honors local singers, writers, and composers.

Memphis Medical Facilities

Baptist Memorial Hospital has been serving the Memphis area since 1979, offering emergency services as well as many specialties including oncology and neurology, such as care for stroke patients. Baptist Memorial also offers senior behavioral services, including a geriatric psychiatric program. The hospital pioneered many new cardiovascular procedures and technologies in the mid-south, and has won consumer choice awards for 17 years in a row. It has also been named as one of the top 50 orthopedic hospitals in the country by US News & World Report three times.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Memphis

ITN Memphis offers dignified, door-to-door transportation for seniors residing in Memphis retirement communities and other area seniors. Fares are affordable, too, at $1.50 per mile plus a $3.00 pickup fee, and tips are not accepted. The Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) provides accessible transportation options for all Memphis residents and visitors, with all MATA buses and trolley stations fully handicapped-accessible with one-on-one assistance to riders who require help. MATA buses also have a “kneeling” feature, allowing drivers to lower the front of the bus to assist riders with limited mobility. The Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association (MIFA) also offers a transit program to help seniors get to doctor’s appointments, pharmacies, banks, government agencies, and other locations.

Memphis retirement communities have a lot to offer seniors who wish to move into the area. If you’re considering spending your retirement years in this beautiful city, see our options for Memphis retirement communities.

Map of Memphis Retirement Communities

Memphis, TN Retirement Communities Costs

Memphis, TN Retirement Communities Costs

Cost of Memphis Retirement Communities

Community Starting Price
Kirby Pines Retirement Community $2,122/month
Greenfield Senior Residences at Lenox Park $1,360/month
The Glenmary at Evergreen $2,200/month
Town Village Audubon Park $2,300/month
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Cost of Nearby Retirement Communities

Community City Starting Price
Robinwood Bartlett $2,600/month
Silvercreek Senior Living Community Olive Branch $3,000/month
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Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.