Mesa Independent Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Mesa Independent Living Facility Costs

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.

Cost of Mesa Independent Living Communities

Community Starting Price
Courtyard Towers $1,950/month
Oasis At Mesa Palms $1,299/month
Grand Court Mesa $1,999/month
Avista Senior Living Historic Downtown Mesa $3,000/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Communities

Community City Starting Price
Atria Chandler Villas Chandler $2,375/month
Scottsdale Village Square Scottsdale $1,950/month
Atria Park of Sierra Pointe Scottsdale $4,760/month
The Forum at Desert Harbor Peoria $3,028/month
McDowell Village Scottsdale $3,925/month
Palos Verdes Senior Living Peoria $2,275/month
The Heritage Tradition Sun City West $4,200/month
Madison Meadows Phoenix $1,599/month
The Madison Sun City West $2,574/month
Vista del Rio Peoria $1,424/month
The Springs of Scottsdale Scottsdale $2,999/month
The Woodmark at Sun City Sun City $2,500/month
Amethyst Peoria $2,689/month
The Garnet of Casa Grande Casa Grande $3,114/month
Andara Scottsdale $3,200/month
Avista Senior Living North Mountain Phoenix $2,000/month
Olive Grove Assisted Living and Memory Care Phoenix $2,345/month
The Montecito Peoria $2,830/month
Tuscany at McCormick Ranch Scottsdale $3,600/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com 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.
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Reviews of Mesa Independent Living Communities

Courtyard Towers

Review by Local Professional

Expert

This facility is located in downtown Mesa. Nice facility and landscaping. Walking in, facility has an enclosed feeling. Can be somewhat inconvenient for those patients living on the top floors. Residents must use elevators to get the activities offered on various floors.

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Courtyard Towers

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I like that Courtyard Towers used to be a hotel which makes one feel like they are on a permanent vacation. I was very concerned with the staff. I went to visit a friend and it took a caregiver an hour from the time we called to come up and provide care. I was also concerned about the cleanliness of the community...

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Courtyard Towers

Review by Visitor

Consumer

My mom did not like the layout of Courtyard Towers. The cost was also high. The food was really bland because most people there were on a bland diet, so those who do not like bland food would not like it there.

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Fellowship Square Mesa

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Beautiful open dining area. Excellent activities offered. Open floor plans. Staff friendly, although not as available or present as I would have liked.

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Brookdale Springs Mesa

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Nice facility centrally located. Excellent meals. Numerous activities offered as well as outings. Staff always available to discuss any concerns. Warm and inviting to guests and family.

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Brookdale Springs Mesa

Review by Richard

Consumer

I found the service to very poor during most of the time. They are overly understaffed. The carpet was terribly soiled throughout the halls. Some of the caregivers were rude and constantly making excuses for the poor service.

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Map of Mesa Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Mesa

Mesa Independent LivingMesa 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.

Attractions

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.

Senior Activities

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.

Medical Facilities

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.

Public Transportation

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. Back to Top