Indianapolis Independent Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Indianapolis Independent Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Independent Living in Indianapolis for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,341/month ( - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Indianapolis Independent Living Communities

Community Starting Price
Five Star Residences of Clearwater $1,700/month
Five Star Residences of Banta Pointe $1,680/month
Morningside of College Park $2,850/month
Traditions at Solana $2,290/month
Altenheim Senior Living $1,854/month
Crestwood Village West $644/month
Traditions at North Willow $3,000/month
Magnolia Springs SouthPointe $2,395/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Communities

Community City Starting Price
Carmel Health & Living Community Carmel $1,100/month
Ashford Place Health Campus Shelbyville $1,950/month
Springhurst Health Campus Greenfield $1,989/month
Parkside Court Columbus $1,549/month
The Hearth at Stones Crossing Greenwood $2,295/month
The Hearth at Tudor Gardens Zionsville $2,295/month
Hamilton Trace Fishers $2,500/month
Carmel Senior Living Carmel $1,995/month
Meadow Brook Senior Living Fishers $3,300/month
Traditions at Reagan Park Avon $2,300/month
Traditions at Brookside McCordsville $2,835/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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Reviews of Indianapolis Independent Living Communities

American Village

Review by Visitor


American Village is in a good location near where we live. It had great renovations and a really high rating. They play bingo and take the residents out to shopping. The only downside was that the communication with the admissions representative was difficult.

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Five Star Residences of Clearwater

Review by Gwendolyn


Clearwater Commons is an older community, but the people are very friendly. It didn't appeal to me as much as one other place I visited, but the location is fantastic, and the people are lovely. I can't see anything wrong with this community. They have renovated the dining room in the last two years...

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Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes

Review by Deborah


I'm here at Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes and I'm looking for a way out. I was supposed to be on the independent side. I'm in a wheelchair and the nursing director came up to me and said they need me over here for two or three days to see how I do with my medications and see how well I move and all that...

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The visit at Rosegate was fine. It's a nice community. It has different buildings for different functions. It has courtyard, which is rather nice. The whole community is kept-up very well. They have a beautiful dining area. The decor is nice. They have big wide hallways and a very nice party room...

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Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes

Review by Cheryl


Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes was very nice, very cheery, clean, and friendly. The individual houses were closer to the main building, which was more convenient. They offer transportation and security systems in the homes. They have outings for lunches, dinners, and shopping...

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Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes

Review by Catherine


We visited Rosegate Assisted Living and Garden Homes and were treated nicely. The accommodations were very nice. The staff was kind, warm, knowledgeable, and informative. The physical appearance of the assisted living place was nice, but it had an old people feel.

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Map of Indianapolis Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Indianapolis

The capitol of Indiana and the 12th largest city in the United States, Indianapolis is perhaps most famous for the Indianapolis 500, the largest single-day sporting event in the entire world. Indianapolis,In.Organized around a central circle near to the White River, the city was designed by Alexander Ralston, who also took part in the city planning of Washington D.C. Indianapolis has a humid continental climate, thereby experiencing all four seasons, making for a pleasant variety of weather for seniors who choose independent living in Indianapolis to experience.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Indianapolis

Those considering Indianapolis independent living will find a number of organizations that focus exclusively on the needs of seniors. United Senior Action addresses policy-based issues such as long-term care, nursing home quality, fair utility rates, and prevention of elder abuse, while the Central Indiana Council On Aging provides information, advocacy, and support services for older adults to ensure that seniors of every age can remain comfortable and safe at home and out of institutional care. There is an Indiana division of AARP raising an awareness of all issues retired Americans must face and here in Indianapolis, The National Senior Citizens Law Center provides instruction and counseling for local advocates who work with older adults over issues including but not limited to elder health care, economic security, and federal rights specifically for seniors.

Indianapolis Senior-Friendly Activities

With a symphony orchestra, a planetarium and observatory, national sports teams, city gardens, and a multitude of museums, Indianapolis does indeed have it all. For those seeking diversions off the beaten path, many other possibilities await. Trainspotters take note! Once a year the Indiana transportation museum runs locomotives to the state fair, transporting hundreds of eager fair-goers over ten round trips each day of the fair. Or visit the Eli Lily Civil War Museum, the lower level of which is housed in the iconic Soldiers and Sailors Monument. To give an idea of the scale, there is an observation deck, and the monument itself is just 15 feet shorter than the Statue of Liberty.

Indianapolis Medical Facilities

Boasting a dedicated geriatric unit, St. Francis Hospital zeroes in on senior-focused medical needs so that residents of independent living in Indianapolis can rest easier knowing competent health care professionals are available for any concerns. Also providing facilities to practice geriatric as well as orthopedic care, Indiana University Hospital is ranked number one in Indiana, and St. Vincent Hospital and health Center is right behind it, number two overall in the state.

Senior Friendly Transportation in Indianapolis

Getting around in Indianapolis is a cinch. From van transportation to the community centers, doctors visits, congregate meal sites, shopping, and outings, a hub of Senior Centers provide varied transportation solutions for an assortment of needs. IndyGo specifically provides transportation to those who have a more difficult time utilizing traditional public transportation, while discounts are offered to seniors who are just as comfortable riding along with everybody else. Watch the leaves change color in the fall, pass the summer days out on the river, watch the snow fall in the winter, and look forward to it all again in the spring. Indianapolis provides a mythical existence more in tune with the natural rhythms of nature than many big cities in America can claim. For more information on senior living in Indianapolis, see our options for Indianapolis independent living. Back to Top