Minneapolis Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Minneapolis Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Minneapolis for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,600/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Minneapolis Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Sunrise of Edina Edina $3,440/month
Sunrise of Golden Valley Golden Valley $3,560/month
Sunrise of Minnetonka Minnetonka $4,330/month
Sunrise of Roseville Roseville $3,890/month
Rose Arbor & Wildflower Lodge Maple Grove $1,965/month
Copperfield Hill Assisted Living Robbinsdale $1,250/month
New Perspective | Highland Park Saint Paul $3,224/month
New Perspective | Roseville Roseville $3,090/month
Gable Pines Vadnais Heights $2,596/month
The Lodge on Summit Oaks Burnsville $11,000/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com 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 Minneapolis Assisted Living Facilities

Jones-Harrison Residence

Review by Local Professional


Offering a beautiful view of Lake Calhoun from outside its windows, facility offers a beautiful sanctuary to residents with sensitive needs. The needs of each resident are put before each staff member's, and staff members listening attentively and compassionately to each resident's concerns...

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Mount Olivet Home and Careview Home

Review by Local Professional


Facility fails to give residents adequate care, because the residents appeared to be stationary and in one position throughout my visit, receiving very little interaction from staff members. Facility offers residents a small gift shop by the lobby, however, that appeared to be the only peak of the entire program...

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Bethany Care Center

Review by Loving Daughter


Bethany has wonderful staff that took care of my mom. Pastor Fran was a big help to us and we were glad she suggested Bethany!

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Signe Burckhardt Manor

Review by Local Professional


Facility offers sliding scale to residents, which is particularly beneficial to low-income residents. Staff members are extremely informative and highly competent at their jobs. Program offers residents considerable amount of activities throughout the day...

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Roitenberg Family Assisted Living Residence

Review by Local Professional


A bigger facility with spacious accommodations and wide-open windows, however, staff members had trouble understanding English. The staff members were not aware of the program and what they offered. The building had multiple floor levels. There is an onsite activity director who plans activities for residents...

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Heritage Commons at Pond's Edge

Review by Local Professional


Beautiful, small community offering residents a spacious and clean environment. Residents were mostly inside their rooms throughout visit. The facility has a fireplace. The aides were very rude and did not have a good understanding of the facility or program...

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Map of Minneapolis Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Minneapolis

Nicknamed the “City of Lakes,” Minneapolis offers rich waterfront views of over 20 surrounding lakes and waterways. Since its incorporation as a city in 1867, Minneapolis has grown from a small milling town into a vibrant cultural destination. In addition to beautiful surroundings, Minneapolis also boasts the third largest theater market in the country, several professional sports teams and a thriving downtown. All of these amenities make assisted living in Minneapolis ideal for those seeking senior housing.

Minneapolis Attractions

Minneapolis has a great number of attractions for assisted living seniors. The local park system is among the best in the country. About 16% of the city is designated as public park grounds, including the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway, a 52-mile route that circles the city and contains paths for cars, pedestrians and bicycles. The city also owns much of the land surrounding the byway, meaning that the lakes along the path are also open to the public. The Guthrie Theater, the Minnesota Dance Theatre and the Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts offer many concerts, plays and performances throughout the year. Book lovers enjoying assisted living in Minneapolis can take a class at the The Loft Literary Center, which offers programs in contemporary art and the traditional crafts of paper making, letterpress printing and bookbinding.

Minneapolis Senior Activities

The Senior Community Services organization, operating since 1950, offers many services for residents of assisted living in Minneapolis. Programs include transportation, home maintenance, Medicare counseling and caregiver support services. The goal of this organization is to support positive aging by coordinating activities, clubs and outreach programs. Additionally, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and various senior community centers located throughout the city offer year-round activities and programs for seniors.

Minneapolis Medical Facilities

Minnesota hospitals are rated among the best in the nation, and residents of assisted living in Minneapolis should feel especially fortunate for their proximity. The Hennepin County Medical Center operates four primary care clinics in the Twin Cities and operates a Level 1 Trauma center. North Memorial Hospital has served the area for over 50 years and together with Fairview Maple Grove Hospital offers innovative senior care. Minneapolis seniors are also just a short drive from the world-renowned Mayo Clinic, whose Rochester campus is part of the largest system of integrated medical care in the world.

Minneapolis Transportation

Metro Transit quickly and conveniently transports residents from a community of assisted living in Minneapolis to the airport, downtown and the Mall of America via a sprawling network of buses, light rail and commuter trains. The Minneapolis Skyway System links 80 downtown city blocks with enclosed pedestrian skyways. These skyways allow people to walk in comfort despite the seasonal weather, and many sections contain shops and restaurants. Assisted living in Minneapolis offers countless entertainment and recreational activities for seniors in one of the country's most picturesque cities. View a list of local senior housing options on our Minneapolis Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writing staff. Back to Top