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There are 25 independent living communities in Mesa, AZ and 30 independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in Mesa, AZ is $2,171 per month.
Discover the active senior living, complete with five-star services, that awaits you when joining Courtyard Towers Senior Living Community in Mesa, Arizona.
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With a spirit of companionship that creates a true sense of community throughout, Discovery Point Retirement Community is a welcoming independent living community.
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Avista Senior Living Historic Downtown Mesa, located in Mesa, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
At ACOYA Mesa, we believe the next chapter of life is the perfect opportunity to simplify and reassess life’s priorities. By freeing ourselves from the many time-consuming chores and responsibilities that homeownership entails, we’re left with more energy to explore…
Creating the season of your life is what we enable you to do at Oasis at Mesa Palms, a unique senior living community that offers quality services and engaging activities all set in a beautiful setting.
At Bella Vista, happiness and living well is our goal; we've gathered a truly exceptional team to ensure that commitment is met. With our expertise an...
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On our 14-acre community, you will find a continuum of senior housing options and services designed to meet your needs, now and in the future.Mesa Good Shepherd has been part of the Phoenix Metro East Valley since 1983, and it…
Surprise yourself with the affordable luxury at Palmas Del Sol. Relax in our heated pool, join friends in our multi-million dollar clubhouse, or rejuvenate with a year-round calendar of events planned by our full-time Activities Director. We offer resort amenities…
Our mission is to offer events, activities and facilities for the enjoyment of our residents and maintain Dreamland Villa's status as a 55+ age-restricted retirement community.
The median cost of independent living in Mesa for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,171/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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|Olive Grove Assisted Living and Memory Care||Phoenix||XXXX|
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Citadel has many activities through out the day. Is accommodating to those who are completely homebound and unable to make it to the dining area for their meals. Is convenient to those needing a higher level of care, from independent living, to a skilled nursing facility.Read more The Citadel Senior Living reviews
The Citadel Senior Living was clean and very elegant and had very nice furnishings. The staff was very friendly and everybody we walked by said hello. The only thing we didn't like about it was the size of the rooms, which were really small, especially for my mom who was moving from a 4-bedroom home. The dining area lo...Read more The Citadel Senior Living reviews
The Citadel was a very nice place. I noticed that there was no smell. I had a very nice tour although I had trouble getting into the smaller rooms. Everything was nice. The dining room was very nice, and the food was good. We had a very friendly welcome. I saw people in different rooms enjoying different things like ca...Read more The Citadel Senior Living reviews
The Citadel Senior Living was old looking. The thing that we didn't like about it was the residents had to go out of their space to go to another building to eat and for activities. It wouldn't have been appropriate for my mother-in-law. The person who assisted me was new there and wasn't able to answer a lot of our qu...Read more The Citadel Senior Living reviews
My mother-in-law has been in assisted living at The Citadel for over a month now. We chose that over the other places because they have a mass and communion from the Catholics. They have a separate facility that's independent living. They serve three meals a day plus all the snacks you could want. The staff makes sure ...Read more The Citadel Senior Living reviews
I really enjoyed the tour at The Citadel. The facilities were not very elaborate, but they were very clean. The units were pretty big and the laundry facilities on every floor was a good deal. You didn't have to go very far to use the laundry. The cafeteria wasn't super posh, but it was nice. Their other amenities like...Read more The Citadel Senior Living reviews
Mesa AZ is a suburban bedroom community just 15 miles east of Phoenix in Maricopa County. With a population of 448,098 people, Mesa is Arizona’s third largest city and 38 percent of Mesa’s residents are 45 and older. Due to Mesa’s lower than average cost of living, it is a favorite destination for retirees. Additionally, there are 61 Mesa AZ independent living communities that offer a variety of home styles and amenities.
Many of the Mesa AZ independent living communities are near boutiques, restaurants, and other specialty shops. Fiesta Mall offers shopping with major retailers such Macys, Dillards, and Best Buy, as well as a variety of dining options. Mesa Riverview is a brand new outdoor destination mall that offers shopping, dining, banking services, dental and medical offices, swimming facilities and even a car dealership.
If you are interested in the arts, Mesa has a variety of venues with a broad range of performances. The Mesa Amphitheatre is an outdoor venue that offers concerts, festivals, and outdoor markets. It is also home to the annual Wingstock Festival, which is a daylong festival featuring local music and wings from local restaurants. The Mesa Arts Center offers live music and theater productions, art shows, as well as classes. The wide selection of entertainment venues is one of the many reasons that Mesa AZ independent living communities are so popular.
For those who are interested in staying in shape and athletics, The Red Mountain Multigenerational Center offers fitness classes, an indoor track and weight room, massage services and fitness coaching. Golf lovers are sure to enjoy the Dobson Ranch Golf Course, which is a par 72, 18-hole golf course with beautiful views and immaculately kept fairways and greens. A restaurant and pro shop are also onsite.
The Apache Junction Center offers seniors everything from arts and crafts to fitness activities and social events. They also take reservations for the lunches that they prepare Monday through Friday, in addition to offering lunches delivered to seniors’ homes. Additionally, they offer a blood pressure clinic, peer counseling, and other social services. East Valley Adult Resources also connects seniors to resources in the area.
The Banner Baywood Medical Center is a 324-bed acute care hospital that is located near Mesa AZ. It offers one of the country’s best joint replacement centers. Additionally, it is home to John J. Rhodes Rehabilitation Center, which helps patients recover from strokes, multiple sclerosis and other conditions that require intensive rehabilitation. It is also home to Banner Heart Center, which offers state of the art cardiac care facilities.
Valley Metro offers public bus transportation near Mesa AZ independent living communities Monday through Saturday. The METRO Light Rail line has a station in West Mesa.
Mesa is a vibrant growing community with a broad range of independent living communities. It is popular because of its low cost of living and the wide array of activities, recreation and entertainment in the area.
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