Redondo Beach Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Map of Redondo Beach Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Redondo Beach

The coastal city of Redondo Beach lies just 20 miles south of downtown Los Angles and only seven miles from the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). One of three “beach cities” in Southern California’s South Bay Area, along with Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach, the city is known for its pristine coastline and quality surf. Redondo Beach’s natural beauty has attracted tourists for over a century and has made the city a popular filming location. Assisted living in Redondo Beach offers seniors a chance to spend their retirement in one of Los Angeles County’s premier residential communities complete with spectacular ocean views, a world-class recreational waterfront and some of the finest amenities California has to offer.

Redondo Beach Attractions

There is no shortage of things to see and do in Redondo Beach. The city is home to 15 parks, two libraries, five community centers and the 1400-seat Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, which hosts performances of the CivicLight Opera of South Bay. The area’s main tourist destination is the vintage Redondo Beach Pier, built in 1889. The unique horseshoe-shaped pier offers breathtaking views of the ocean, a great selection of shops and a variety of dining options to satisfy any craving. For a more traditional shopping experience, residents of assisted living in Redondo Beach head to Riviera Village, the city’s vibrant downtown corridor to explore its mix of local boutiques and restaurants.

Redondo Beach Senior Activities

Seniors enjoying assisted living in Redondo Beach are welcome to join one of three senior groups sponsored by the city. The North Park Senior Citizens Club meets regularly at the Anderson Park Senior Center, the North Redondo Club meets at the Perry Park Senior Center in north central Redondo Beach, and the South Redondo Beach Club meets at the Veterans Park Senior Center. The Centers operate 35-45 hours per week, offering a variety of senior-oriented programming including Tai Chi and Yoga classes, knitting groups, tax and legal counseling, support groups and more.

Redondo Beach Medical Facilities

If carefree California living is not enough to keep Redondo Beach seniors healthy, then the caring doctors and nurses at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance are happy to step in and lend a hand. The 317-bed, non-profit hospital promotes faith-based, family-centered care to ensure that residents of assisted living in the Redondo Beach, South Bay, Harbor and Palos Verdes communities remain in the best of health.

Redondo Beach Transportation

Beach Cities Transit (BCT) operates three fixed-route bus systems for public use. Buses running north/south connect Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and El Segundo. East/west routes transport riders to and from Torrance. The city even has its own stop on the Metrolink Green Line connecting residents of assisted living in Redondo Beach to major locations in Los Angeles County. Seniors who choose assisted living in Redondo Beach enjoy a relaxed seaside lifestyle close to all of the upscale amenities and services provided by nearby Los Angeles. To learn more about local housing options, visit our Redondo Beach Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell. Back to Top