Charlotte Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Charlotte Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Charlotte for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,136/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Charlotte Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Atria MerryWood $2,876/month
Charlotte Square $3,750/month
Elmcroft of Little Avenue $4,050/month
Legacy Heights Senior Living Community $3,400/month
The Laurels & The Haven in Highland Creek $3,585/month
Brighton Gardens of Charlotte $3,620/month
Sunrise on Providence $4,840/month
Summit Place of South Park $3,100/month
Regency Retirement Village - Pineville $2,850/month
The Crossings at Steele Creek $2,495/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
HarborChase of Rock Hill Rock Hill $3,945/month
Morningside of Gastonia Gastonia $2,775/month
Morningside of Lancaster Lancaster $3,970/month
Morningside of Rock Hill Rock Hill $3,295/month
Summit Place of Kings Mountain Kings Mountain $2,400/month
The Laurels & The Haven in the Village at Carolina Place Pineville $3,650/month
Lake Wylie Lake Wylie $3,280/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 Charlotte Assisted Living Facilities

Atria MerryWood

Review by Local Professional


This community has so many changes in management that it honestly depends on when you catch them but historically they are a great facility. Looking at them over time the consistency is very good...

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Charlotte Square

Review by Local Professional


Charlotte Square is a nice community in an expensive area of Charlotte. They maintain their facility well, as would be expected for that part of town. The residents seem to be happy and enjoying life...

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Elmcroft of Little Avenue

Review by Moe


This place is for those who like bugs of all sorts, Bed bugs & roaches,and ants- lack of a caring staff who like to stand around and talk instead of caring for residents. Staff missing in action for long periods

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Legacy Heights Senior Living Community

Review by Local Professional


I don't know much about their activities, and I have never eaten there. However, the facility presents well, and the staff was very kind upon my visit. The rooms are well appointed, and the residents enjoyed interacting while I toured...

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Brookdale Cotswold

Review by Local Professional


Emeritus at Eastover is a beautiful facility with residents whom seem extremely happy. The food rating of three stars is due to having never eaten there. I would feel comfortable recommending Emeritus at Eastover to my clients.

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Brookdale Cotswold

Review by Local Professional


Beautiful community located across the street from a large sports field. The community has tremendous potential. They have gone through changes with some management and some staff. The building shows very well. I did not eat there but asked a resident who gave it a favorable rating...

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Map of Charlotte Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Charlotte

Possessing a rich history that traces back to Scottish settlement in the New World colonies, The Queen City of Charlotte, North Carolina was fittingly named after Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George III of England. Having grown into a thriving modern metropolis, Charlotte is now the largest city in North Carolina with more than 700,000 people calling it home. In addition to the many urban amenities, attractions and services available, seniors who choose assisted living in Charlotte are attracted to the region’s pleasant weather. Minimal snowfall and warm, but rarely hot, summers offer seniors many nice days throughout the years to enjoy the outdoors.

Charlotte Attractions

Known as “The Home of NASCAR,” Charlotte hosts a number of major races each year on its many speedways located throughout the area. The city is also home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Sports fans can cheer on their other favorite teams, the NFL Carolina Panthers and NBA Charlotte Bobcats, at their respective local arenas. Residents of assisted living in Charlotte who want to enjoy a slower-paced retirement can stop and smell the flowers at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, learn about one of Charlotte’s most famous citizens at the Billy Graham Library, or listen to the soothing sounds of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra.

Charlotte Senior Activities

Seniors enjoying assisted living in Charlotte can easily meet new people, make new friends and have some fun with MeckSeniors, the Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation program for adults age 55 and older. From organized field trips to social activities and even an annual summer camp for seniors, Charlotte offers its elderly residents plenty of things to do.  

Charlotte Medical Facilities

The availability of quality medical care is a major consideration for many elderly adults, however, seniors who choose assisted living in Charlotte rest easy knowing that award-winning hospitals are only a short drive away. Carolinas Medical Center’s 874-bed campus is located in the heart of Charlotte. The Center is part of a 33-facility healthcare network and serves as the Level I Trauma center for the region. Presbyterian Healthcare has been serving residents of Charlotte since 1903 and now operates five major medical centers throughout the area. Presbyterian offers special programs for older adults including memory assessments, nutrition counseling and treatment for Parkinson’s Disease.

Charlotte Transit

The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) operates a robust network of public transportation vehicles, including buses, light rail, commuter rail, bus rapid transit and paratransit, which make it easy for seniors to get to and from a community of assisted living in Charlotte. CATS also runs the “Seniors in Motion” program which helps educate seniors on how to best utilize the city’s public transit options.  

Find Assisted Living in Charlotte

Assisted living in Charlotte offers seniors a taste of big-city living with the charm of Southern hospitality. To view a list of local senior housing options, visit our Charlotte Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell. Back to Top