Pensacola Independent Living
There are 2 Independent Living Facilities in Pensacola, FL and 1 Independent Living Facility nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
University Pines offers seniors a wonderful opportunity to retire in an inviting senior community with services that are warm and inviting.
Boasting contemporary architecture, elegant decor and richly landscaped grounds, Veranda of Pensacola is the ultimate in luxurious retirement living.
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Reviews of Pensacola Independent Living Communities
The majority of residents in this facility were mostly women. Their activities also tend to be geared towards women, including fashion shows and Annual Luau. This could create problems for men who enjoy a more social atmosphere. Facility offers residents three meals per day...Read more Veranda of Pensacola reviews
University Pines was wonderful. It was very nicely set up, clean, and felt very comfortable. The staff was very helpful. However, the price was more than my mother-in-law could afford, but the facility seemed very nice. I liked all the activities that they offered and how the meals were presented...Read more University Pines reviews
I think University Pines is lovely, and I'm ready to move in there. A friend took me to see the place, and I was totally impressed. They invited us to lunch and showed us some of the rooms. They had a vacancy, so I reserved a room about a week later. They're very kind and friendly. I've been there three times now...Read more University Pines reviews
University Pines was very posh. They showed us their library and studios. They discussed the four-course dinners and meals and how people dressed up for them. They showed us where the laundry was done. The staff was friendly.Read more University Pines reviews
University Pines was very nice. The appearance and everything was beautiful, but it didn't have several levels of care, which is what I was looking for. The rooms were studios, but I thought they were too small. They have three meals a day and they also have meeting places...Read more University Pines reviews
I'm a resident of University Pines for 3-1/2 years now. It's more like a nursing home in my opinion and it's expensive too. Most of the staff are nice. They do have activities. They have a bus that will take people places, but it doesn't have a ramp for someone who is in a wheelchair...Read more University Pines reviews