Atlanta Retirement Communities

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Atlanta Retirement Communities

Atria Buckhead

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Review by Local Professional

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Atria Buckhead is a beautiful community located in gorgeous Buckhead. Atria Buckhead is truly like "hotel living" the community is is conveniently located in Metro Atlanta with modern flare but provides a home-like southern charm decor inside. The community is moderate in size and is very clean...

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Huntcliff Summit I

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Huntcliff Summit has been a premier residence for seniors in Sandy Springs. It's recent renovations have made it even more attractive. The staff is great at creating an environment where residents can be active and involved in events and activities.

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Huntcliff Summit I

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Review by Local Professional

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Their wellness director goes OVER AND BEYOND for their residents and makes sure they receive the care that they need. Their activities are second to none. There is always an activity integrated for every race and religion. Their casino nights are excellent. The food and menu is A-1 restaurant style...

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Lenbrook Retirement Community

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Lenbrook is a premier Continuous Care Retirement Community in the heart of Buckhead near the best shopping and dining. The independent residents enjoy a variety of activities and amenities in the community as well as many opportunities to enjoy trips to events throughout the metro Atlanta area...

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The Hallmark Buckhead

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The Hallmark is a beautiful independent living community next to upscale shopping and dining. It now also has an assisted living area to be even more responsive to residents' needs. The elegant surroundings provide a backdrop for the many activities that residents participate in.

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The Renaissance on Peachtree

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Review by A resident

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Service needs to be upgrated. At times they are very slow in serving food and often foreget to bring some orders. They are improving.

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Information About Retirement Community in Atlanta

Atlanta, a beautiful southern city located in the heart of Georgia, earns its nickname as a "the city in the woods" with hundreds of trees and rolling hills that soften the city's bustling image. Home to major companies such as Coca-Cola, many businesses have chosen to situate their headquarters in this charming tree-filled city, and over 75 million visitors stream through Atlanta each year, placing it seventh on the list of most popular tourism cities in the country. Robust artistic organizations encompass ballet, orchestra, opera and more to entertain Atlanta's 420,000 residents, more than half of which are senior citizens living in areas such as Atlanta retirement communities.

Attractions for Seniors in Atlanta

For those living in Atlanta retirement communities, there's always something exciting waiting to be enjoyed. Games from the Hawks, Braves, and Falcons - baseball, basketball, and football, respectively - keep fans on the edge of their seats in local stadiums. A famous local food scene delights the pickiest palate, and the Fox Theater attracts impressive touring repertoires for those that love the theater.  Georgia Aquarium offers residents and visitors a massive amount of aquatic exhibits to take in and is billed as the world's largest indoor aquarium.

Atlanta Senior Activities

Atlanta offers an innovative program through Ticketmaster called Seats for Seniors that gives free event tickets away to senior residents of Atlanta retirement communities. In addition to this program, residents of Atlanta retirement communities enjoy musical concerts held throughout the year, as well as the free world-famous Dogwood festival that graces the city each spring. The beautiful outdoor Atlanta botanical gardens encourage senior residents to literally stop and smell the roses, and tours of attractions like the Civil War museum and Martin Luther King, Jr. house are sure to appeal to history buffs.

Medical Facilities for Atlanta Seniors

Piedmont Hospital, located directly in Atlanta, has preventative services for seniors such as licensed clinician social workers and advice on preventing falls and accidents available to seniors. In addition to superior patient care, the hospital also assembles information on senior-specific support groups for care after a procedure or while dealing with an age-related illness, an excellent benefit for residents of Atlanta retirement communities. The Wesley Woods Geriatric Hospital of Emory University, also located in Atlanta, enjoys a top 50 rank of national geriatric hospitals and distinction as 2nd in the region.

Senior Transportation in Atlanta

A well-structured subway system runs throughout the city of Atlanta, making travel without a car particularly hassle-free. In addition to the subway, light rail and bus infrastructure is offered by the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, or MARTA. Disabled customers aren't left out of the loop, either, with a city-run paratransit service ready to help when needed. Bicycles are permitted on both buses and trains in the system, making recreational excursions for casual cyclists less of an effort. Free shuttles are also available at several locations, such as the Buckhead Uptown Connection, or BUC, in Atlanta's Uptown area. Atlanta is a beautiful blending of a busy population and a laid-back southern culture full of attractions for residents of all ages. As the city continues to grow and prosper, its senior population living in Atlanta retirement communities enjoys the benefits of a progressive approach to senior life and an abundance of social programs tailored to their needs. Back to Top