Scottsdale Independent Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Scottsdale Independent Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Independent Living in Scottsdale for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,252/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Scottsdale Independent Living Communities

Community Starting Price
Scottsdale Village Square $1,950/month
Atria Park of Sierra Pointe $4,760/month
McDowell Village $3,925/month
The Springs of Scottsdale $2,999/month
Andara $3,200/month
Tuscany at McCormick Ranch $3,600/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Communities

Community City Starting Price
Atria Chandler Villas Chandler $2,375/month
The Forum at Desert Harbor Peoria $3,028/month
Palos Verdes Senior Living Peoria $2,275/month
Madison Meadows Phoenix $1,599/month
Solstice Senior Living at Sun City West Sun City West $2,574/month
Vista de la Montana Surprise $1,399/month
Vista del Rio Peoria $1,424/month
Oasis At Mesa Palms Mesa $1,299/month
The Woodmark at Sun City Sun City $2,500/month
Amethyst Peoria $2,689/month
Avista Senior Living North Mountain Phoenix $2,000/month
Avista Senior Living Downtown Mesa Mesa $3,000/month
Olive Grove Assisted Living and Memory Care Phoenix $2,345/month
The Montecito Peoria $2,830/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 Scottsdale Independent Living Communities

Scottsdale Village Square

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I'm in Scottsdale Village, and overall, it's good. The facility and rooms are nice and kept clean. The outdoors are very well taken care of. Everything is repaired immediately if anything goes wrong. The food is good.

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Scottsdale Village Square

Review by Visitor

Consumer

The rooms were small at Scottsdale and inadequate for me, they don’t have a kitchen, so there’s no way of cooking food on your own. Although they provide all the meals, one doesn’t always want to do that, and their solution is to provide a microwave. I wasn’t too impressed with that...

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Scottsdale Village Square

Review by Krissy

Consumer

We were very impressed with Scottsdale Village Square. We met with Tara. She was very nice and walked us around the facility. It was very well maintained. The people looked very happy to be there and the employees looked very happy as well. The 1-bedroom apartment was very nice, maintained, and cleaned well...

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Scottsdale Village Square

Review by Jim

Consumer

Scottsdale Village Square was homey, and the rooms were fine. They were very accommodating. The people and residents, the interior and exterior, the kitchen, and the meals were all nice.

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Scottsdale Village Square

Review by Bob

Consumer

Scottsdale Village Square was a nice place and the apartments were a little small, but nice. There were nice outdoor areas for the residents to go to.

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Atria Park of Sierra Pointe

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Great location and great employees. They always go an extra mile to help you with your needs. But than again, I wish they would have more caregivers and with a better training. It would be nice to have caregivers knowing more about a proper catheter care, but in general they are nice and this counts too...

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Map of Scottsdale Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Scottsdale

Scottsdale Independent LivingIt is no wonder that Scottsdale, Arizona, consistently wins awards for being one of the most desirable cities in the United States in which to live. With approximately 330 sunshine-filled days a year, hot summers and mild winters, almost 200 local golf courses, approximately 100 art galleries, and a vibrant downtown core filled with restaurants, stores and lounges, it is easy to see why Scottsdale impresses residents and visitors alike. In 2012, it made Bloomberg Businessweek's list of most desirable American cities. In the same year, an analysis by 24/7 Wall St. listed Scottsdale as the eighth best-run city in America and AmericanStyle Magazine ranked it as a top Arts Destination. With an approximate population of 221,020, and 20% of these residents aged sixty-five or older, seniors who choose Scottsdale independent living are sure to be delighted by this exciting and intriguing city.

Attractions

With an impressive selection of museums and art galleries in Scottsdale, art and history lovers will never run out of things to do. Visitors to the Heard Museum North Scottsdale can view American Indian art while the Musical Instrument Museum is a must-see for all music lovers. Art enthusiasts are sure to enjoy wandering through the Scottsdale Arts District, most likely stopping in at the numerous galleries, antique shops and tantalizing restaurants. While Scottsdale offers a vibrant and exciting city experience, one never forgets that this is the American Southwest and the surrounding desert landscape is bound to impress. The McDowell Sonoran Preserve consists of 21,400 acres of desert wildlife and vegetation, including cacti and wildflowers. The sunset views from this desert oasis are truly stunning and residents of Scottsdale independent living will likely want to catch this spectacle of color.

Senior Activities

The Scottsdale Senior Services offers a variety of resources and programs designed for older adults. This includes two senior centers: the Granite Reef and the Via Linda Senior Center. Residents of Scottsdale independent living can take part in recreational activities, a hiking club, card games, a lunch program and dances that are held twice a week and regularly attract over 100 seniors. Programs designed for older adults are also available at the Paiute Neighborhood Center; here, seniors can select from Friday night movie nights, potlucks, exercise classes and wellness workshops among many other activities.

Medical Facilities

scottsdale Independent LivingThe Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Medical Center is an award-winning hospital and medical research center. As a recipient of the Magnet hospital designation, it is recognized for providing top quality nursing care to its patients. Residents of Scottsdale independent living can be assured that this hospital is prepared to meet the needs of an aging population and offer, among its many departments, a certified heart attack and chest pain center, cardiology, oncology and a joint replacement center.

Transportation

Residents of Scottsdale independent living will find it easy to get where they want to go in this delightful city. Three trolley routes take residents through the downtown core and nearby neighbourhoods for no charge. Seniors will especially want to take note of the free "Neighborhood Trolley" which connects passengers to shopping, hospitals and medical centers, the City Center Mall (which includes a library) and the city's senior centers. The Valley Metro bus system also offers bus service throughout Scottsdale, including to the Scottsdale Airport and downtown areas of both Scottsdale and Phoenix. Passengers pay a small fee for this service. Seniors get the best of both worlds when they choose to make their home in Scottsdale; it offers a lively downtown, complete with an impressive selection of restaurants, shops and galleries, but it also offers the beauty and peace of a desert setting. This is a city that truly delivers. Back to Top