Saint Louis Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Saint Louis Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Saint Louis for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,913/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Saint Louis Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Brentmoor Retirement Community $4,200/month
Autumn View Gardens Assisted Living, Schuetz Rd. $2,195/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Windsor Estates of St. Charles St. Charles $3,800/month
Gambrill Gardens Ellisville $4,200/month
The Meadowlands O Fallon $4,400/month
The Glenwood Supportive Living of Staunton Staunton $2,700/month
Southview Assisted Living & Memory Care Affton $4,125/month
Westview at Ellisville Assisted Living & Memory Care Ellisville $3,570/month
Park Place at WingHaven O Fallon $4,495/month
Bradford Place Swansea $2,650/month
Creve Coeur Assisted Living & Memory Care Creve Coeur $3,570/month
The Sheridan at Laumeier Park Sunset Hills $5,400/month
The Sheridan at Creve Coeur Creve Coeur $5,950/month
Kasey Paige Assisted Living St. Louis $3,000/month
Harvester Residential Care St. Charles $3,300/month
Autumn View Gardens Assisted Living, Ellisville Ellisville $2,050/month
The Sheridan at Chesterfield Chesterfield $5,950/month
Stillwater Senior Living Edwardsville $4,200/month
The Terrace Assisted Living at Pacific Care Center Pacific $2,550/month
The Landing of O'Fallon St. Charles $3,450/month
Bethalto Villas and Reflections Bethalto $3,000/month
Collinsville Villas and Reflections Collinsville $3,000/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 Saint Louis Assisted Living Facilities

Nazareth Living Center

Review by Robert


I toured Nazareth Living Center. The general appearance and layout were good. The staff member who took me around was knowledgeable and courteous. My uncle is in invalid condition, so I wasn't too interested in activities. At the time, it was more for rehab, and they did have therapy capabilities...

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Tesson Heights

Review by Local Professional


I had the pleasure of visiting Tesson Heights which offers planned and scheduled activities from 7am to 5pm daily. Which is available 7 days a week.The facility is older. But the inside is decorated with lots of style. And is decorated in warm colors of burgundy and brown...

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Tesson Heights

Review by Edith


I'm planning to move into Tesson Heights this Tuesday. The meals are good. They have a lot of activities and worship services for Protestants as well as Catholics. They offer three different exercises and really good accommodations...

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Tesson Heights

Review by Dennis


My dad is a resident at Tesson Heights. They have three different-styled apartments. They showed us around the entire community, including the physical therapy facility on the third floor, and answered all my dad's questions. He also met some of the residents on the way through...

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Tesson Heights

Review by Dale


I visited the assisted living of Tesson Heights. I really enjoyed it, and I also know a lot of people there since it's close to my house. I appreciate the fact that you can order off of the restaurant menu. It was a large place and the people are nice...

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Tesson Heights

Review by MC


My grandparents moved into Tesson Heights. The staff was very friendly and the place was nice and clean. It didn’t have any issues. My grandparents got a 1-bedroom apartment, which is adequate for what they need...

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Map of Saint Louis Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Saint Louis

Founded in 1764 by French traders, Saint Louis is a beautiful city rich in culture and entertainment. Nicknamed the “Gateway to the West” during the country’s westward expansion period for its location along the Mississippi, the second largest city in Missouri is a thriving metropolis of nearly three million residents. Seniors will feel right at home in this bustling city as over 13% of the population is 65 years or older. Assisted living in Saint Louis offers residents easy access to dynamic entertainment, robust cultural offerings and top-notch urban amenities and services.

Saint Louis Attractions

Residents of assisted living in Saint Louis never get bored of the many attractions located within the city. The Missouri Botanical Garden calls Saint Louis its home, and is a perfect attraction for all ages. The Gateway Arch is another attraction that will surely inspire awe in any of its visitors. For those that love music, the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra is available to enrich your night with the most beautiful and relaxing music. Saint Louis is also the home of Ragtime and the Blues. As a result, there are plenty of jazz clubs that cater to those that love Jazz music.

Saint Louis Senior Activities

One of 23 community centers for seniors in the Saint Louis area, the St. Louis Senior Center in the southwest part of the city is the second oldest senior activity center in the country. All centers in the city offer a variety of programs to keep residents of assisted living in Saint Louis active and engaged. From exercise classes and health screenings to tax assistance and organized trips, there is something for everyone at the local senior center.

Saint Louis Medical Facilities

Missouri Baptist Medical Center is one of the hospitals available for any senior enjoying assisted living in Saint Louis. A leader in open heart surgery, the 489-bed hospital also runs a nationally-recognized cancer treatment program and has been caring for Saint Louis residents since 1884. Just down the street sits Saint Louis University Hospital which is the teaching facility for the Saint Louis University Medical School. The hospital is a certified Level I Trauma Center for both Missouri and Illinois, meaning that it can handle just about any emergency situation.

Saint Louis Transportation

Moving around Saint Louis is easy with the public light rail and bus system operated by Metro Transit. The MetroLink rail system runs 46 miles from Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport to Shiloh-Scott Air Force Base in neighboring Illinois, stopping at major attractions and destinations along the way. For direct service to and from a community of assisted living in Saint Louis, seniors can simply hop on a MetroBus vehicle or paratransit van. Assisted living in Saint Louis is perfect for any active senior. It offers a rich history and many entertainment opportunities. Browse a directory of local senior housing options on our Saint Louis Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top