Indianapolis Retirement Communities
There are 5 Retirement Communities in Indianapolis, IN and 1 Retirement Community nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
Located in a quiet, country-like setting in Indianapolis, Robin Run Village is a continuing care retirement community, providing a full range of senior services.
A park like campus that provides a comfortable and secure home for active seniors in Indianapolis is Altenheim Senior Living. Our community is a beautiful 32 acres of gardens that has expansive lawns, paved walk paths and a mesmerizing fishing pond
Refund Plans: 80% of Entrance Fee; Declining Balance over 48 mos. (Price: 55% of Entrance Fee). Access to Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-F...
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Reviews of Indianapolis Retirement Communities
The residents are warm and friendly and all seem very full of life. Many improvements have been made and are in the works. We love the secluded feel of the campus. The staff is friendly and focused on caring for the residents.Read more Robin Run Village reviews
I visited a friend at River Run Village. It's fancier, they have independent living outside, assisted living inside, and hospice care. Their food is really bad, but the amenities are awesome. They have exercise stuff, church, a financing place, haircutting, and activities. They have a bus to take you places.Read more Robin Run Village reviews
We happened to have time so we dropped in to check on Robin Run Village. We said we could come back later in the afternoon if they wanted to call us, but they never did. The staff wasn't friendly and the receptionist was on a personal call. I didn't like how the place looked...Read more Robin Run Village reviews
I went to Altenheim. The visit was good. It is a bigger place and not quite as personal as others. It is basically good. They have beautiful grounds and there are lot of parking spaces. They have very big overhang for picking up and dropping off people; that part is really great. Inside, the main area is nice...Read more Altenheim Senior Living reviews
Altenheim Senior Living was interesting. The main campus was much older, with retro-modern buildings, but they didn't have any units available. The unit we saw was a 3-bedroom, 2-bath. They showed us that, and they offered to put us there until there's a unit available, but that did not go well with us...Read more Altenheim Senior Living reviews
Hoosier Village is obviously very good, or I wouldn't have bought into it. The best thing about the place are their amenities. I like the fact that my loved ones are moving into a new unit thats being built. It's got everything, and it's very upscale, plus the people were very nice...Read more Hoosier Village reviews