Atlanta Independent Living

There are 14 Independent Living Facilities in Atlanta, GA and 27 Independent Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Independent Living in Atlanta, GA is $3,106 per month.

Average Cost: $4,500

Atlanta Independent Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Independent Living in Atlanta for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,106/month ( - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Atlanta Independent Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Atria Buckhead $3,221/month
Huntcliff Summit I $3,440/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Atria Mableton Austell $2,769/month
Atria Johnson Ferry Marietta $3,221/month
Belmont Village at Johns Creek Suwanee $3,925/month
Remington House Conyers $2,675/month
Southern Plantation Loganville $1,895/month
Creekside Pines Dallas $1,895/month
Hammond Glen Sandy Springs $1,745/month
Palms of Lake Spivey Lake Spivey $1,995/month
Laurel Grove Lawrenceville $2,474/month
The Regency House Decatur $2,024/month
Dunwoody Pines Dunwoody $1,695/month
Sterling Estates Senior Living Community Marietta $3,800/month
Atria North Point Alpharetta $2,506/month
Somerby of Peachtree City Peachtree City $2,995/month
Noble Village at Spalding Peachtree Corners $4,195/month
Arbor Terrace Peachtree City Peachtree City $3,525/month
Parc at Piedmont - East Cobb Marietta $2,690/month
Prestige Care Covington $1,500/month
Towne Club Windermere Cumming $3,595/month
Villas at Canterfield Cumming $3,200/month
Village Park Senior Living Alpharetta $3,695/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by 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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Map of Atlanta Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Atlanta

Atlanta Independent Living CommunitiesBeing one of the most populous cities of the United States and Atlanta, the capital of Georgia, is hailed as an international economic hub. Located in what used to be the intersection of two railroad lines, the city not only rose from the ashes following the Civil War, but went on to become one of the major node of global economy. Atlanta has temperate climate with warm summers, mild winters, and abundant rainfall evenly distributed all year round. With its perfect weather, rich culture and burgeoning economy, it's really not a surprise that many seniors opt to live in Atlanta independent living centers.


The days are never dull with Atlanta's many attractions. People get to experience firsthand the city's flourishing arts and culture by visiting museums and theaters like High Museum of Arts, Museum of Designs Atlanta (MODA), Alliance Theater, and Fox Theater. Atlanta's calendar of activities is also filled with festivals all year round. For seniors who love the outdoors, Stone Mountain Park  is the place to be since it's where nature meets civilization; with wide range of activities like laser light show, fun adventures and a huge granite mountain that stood imposingly in the background. Some the city's most popular recreation options include Six Flags over Georgia, the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola., Atlanta Zoo, Chastain Park Amphitheatre and Underground Atlanta.

Senior Activities

Atlanta Independent Living CommunitiesEvery year, Atlanta honors its senior residents by holding Older Atlantans Month. During this month, the city organizes senior-oriented events and programs. Seats for Seniors program is another effort of the city to recognize older people's contribution to the community. To date, more than 200,000 tickets to sports and entertainment event have been distributed to seniors in Atlanta for free. Aside from these city-initiated events, seniors residing in Atlanta independent centers can participate in activities organized by senior community centers in Atlanta. Such activities include exercise classes, special craft groups, movie trips, bingo and other fun games.

Medical Facilities

Three of the best hospitals in Georgia are in Atlanta, namely: Emory University Hospital, Shepherd Center, and Wesley Woods Geriatric Center. Between these three top-ranked hospitals, are several other medical centers that offer superior healthcare services in varying specialties like endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, nephrology, ophthalmology, rheumatology, and other specialties. Atlanta independent living center residents can take advantage of one the best healthcare facilities in the country and have access to education and support services provided by these top-notch hospitals.


Atlanta's public transportation is operated by Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) and is comprised of buses and rail transits. The city's transportation infrastructure is very extensive making it very easy for seniors in Atlanta independent living centers to get around the city. Moreover, all buses and rail cars are designed with special features to accommodate seniors with limited mobility and people with disabilities. Eligible seniors enjoy discounted fares if they hold MARTA's Reduced Fare Breeze cards. Atlanta is a flourishing city with deep and diverse roots making up its cultural fabric. The abundance of trees within the city and presence of natural landscapes makes Atlanta endearingly unique. For many seniors, the stark contrast of cityscapes and natural landscapes is what made them choose to live in Atlanta independent living centers as opposed to living anywhere else. Back to Top