Baltimore Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Baltimore Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Baltimore for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,213/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Baltimore Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Roland Park Place $3,679/month
Peregrine Senior Living at Tudor Heights $4,900/month
Lamplight of Baltimore $2,225/month
Woodlands Assisted Living $3,500/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
HeartFields at Bowie Bowie $3,780/month
Heartlands at Ellicott City Ellicott City $2,700/month
Harmony Hall Columbia $2,433/month
Sunrise of Annapolis Annapolis $6,410/month
Brighton Gardens of Columbia Columbia $4,280/month
Sunrise of Columbia Columbia $4,910/month
Sunrise of Pikesville Pikesville $3,920/month
Sunrise of Severna Park Severna Park $5,510/month
The Atrium Village Owings Mills $2,400/month
Atria Manresa Annapolis $3,315/month
Woodholme Gardens Pikesville $3,200/month
Greenfield Senior Living of Cockeysville Cockeysville $3,850/month
College Manor Lutherville Timonium $4,950/month
Shangrila Senior Living Catonsville $2,800/month
Encore at Turf Valley Ellicott City $3,840/month
Greenfield Senior Living at Bel Air Bel Air $4,800/month
Bowie Assisted Living, Inc Bowie $3,600/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 Baltimore Assisted Living Facilities

Peregrine Senior Living at Tudor Heights

Review by Ellen wife


Tudor Heights is a wonderful facility. It is very clean and neat. The Kosher food is very good with a number of choices daily. The staff is kind and caring and always willing to listen to a family member. There are activities all day long for my husband to participate in. He is happy and thriving at Tudor Heights.

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Phoenix Rising Assisted Living

Review by Burned past resident


I wasn't expecting much for only $2,000 per month but a few nice employees hardly make up much for the sour ones. The meals were meager but sometimes good. The residents are nice and easy going. The place is clean. My only great complaint is that I was cheated out of $3,000...

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Map of Baltimore Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Baltimore

Dubbed the “Charm City,” Baltimore has been transformed from its humble beginnings as an amiable, working-class port town into a bustling modern service economy, leading the way in medicine, biotech, technology and tourism. Today, Baltimore’s “Inner Harbor” boasts five Fortune 1,000 companies, and maintains a rich nautical and cultural heritage. Baltimore is known for its welcoming and down-to-earth spirit. Its striking architecture and beautiful harbor provide a backdrop to a city that is both busy and relaxed. Seniors who choose assisted living in Baltimore enjoy a life full of cultural and artistic charm.

Baltimore Attractions

There is always something for residents of assisted living in Baltimore to do in this bustling metropolis of nearly three million residents. Sports fans can enjoy watching the Baltimore Ravens score a touchdown, cheer on the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park, or pay a visit to the nearby Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum or Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards. Lovers of literature will enjoy touring The Edgar Allen Poe Museum, which is located in the author’s former home. Visitors can also pay their respects to this beloved resident of Baltimore at his gravesite at the Westminster Hall and Burying Ground. While many of the city’s attractions celebrate the area’s rich history, Baltimore is also host to a number of modern attractions such as the Maryland Zoo, National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center.

Baltimore Senior Activities

Seniors enjoying assisted living in Baltimore can get out and meet others in the community at one of the many fun activities sponsored throughout the year by the Baltimore Department of Recreation and Parks’ Senior Citizens Division. Adults age 50 and older may meet up at any one of 94 “Golden Age” clubs throughout the city to enjoy events such as crab feasts and race days. Transportation to these events is always provided.  

Baltimore Medical Facilities

Baltimore is home to several top-tier medical facilities, including the world-famous Johns Hopkins Health System. Residents of assisted living in Baltimorecan receive care at one of two convenient Johns Hopkins locations: Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Johns Hopkins Hospital has topped the list of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals in America” for 20 consecutive years and has been serving residents of Baltimore for more than a century. Founded in 1773, Johns Hopkins Bayview is one of the oldest healthcare institutions in the country and home to a nationally recognized geriatrics program and the state’s only regional burn center.

Baltimore Transit

Maneuvering around Baltimore is quick and easy for both visitors and residents alike. The Maryland Transit Administration and Charm City Circulator provide service via bus, light rail and subway line. Penn Station, which provides bus and light rail service, is one of the busiest in the country, and offers many quick and efficient ways to see the city. With so many options, seniors who choose assisted living in Baltimoreenjoy worry-free transportation all year round.

Find Assisted Living in Baltimore

Baltimore’s stunning architecture and harbor views emit a small-town vibe, but the city is booming with activity. To see a list of local assisted living communities, visit our Baltimore Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Chrysti Harrison. Back to Top