Las Vegas Independent Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Las Vegas Independent Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Independent Living in Las Vegas for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,231/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Las Vegas Independent Living Communities

Community Starting Price
Acacia Springs $3,620/month
Montara Meadows $1,874/month
Desert Springs Senior Living $1,800/month
Oakey Assisted Living $2,595/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Communities

Community City Starting Price
Prestige Senior Living at Mira Loma Henderson $2,050/month
Merrill Gardens at Green Valley Ranch Henderson $4,200/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 Las Vegas Independent Living Communities

Las Ventanas

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Las Ventanas is a top-notch community in Las Vegas. I am very impressed with their Director of Nursing, Darcy. She truly has the resident's best interest in mind. The staff from the sales team to the Director all want to make sure that their residents are happy and healthy.

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Las Ventanas

Review by Local Professional

Expert

Noted as the only Continuing Care Retirement Community in Nevada, Las Ventanas offers a rich array of amenities throughout it's nearly 18 acre campus...

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Atria Sunlake

Review by Local Professional

Expert

as a community liaison my job is to go to all the assisted living in the valley I have found that the atria properties are extremely clean helpful and I would recommend a family member to them.

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Atria Sunlake

Review by Local Professional

Expert

I am a marketer and am in the field daily. Some places make you feel good, others, not so much. I feel like I am "home" when I walk in here.

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Atria Sunlake

Review by Bob

Consumer

Atria was a very nice facility, but it’s very far away from my house. It had pretty active residents. The staff was very accommodating and showed me one-bedroom and studio rooms.

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Atria Sunlake

Review by Cathy

Consumer

I visited Atria and it's very beautiful. They have Bingo, movies, and a lady played the piano while I was there. They have restaurant style dining and you can come and go anytime you want. The rooms have a kitchenette and laundry services are an added charge.

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Map of Las Vegas Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Independent LivingLas Vegas was founded in the southernmost region of Nevada in 1905, achieving incorporation as a city only six short years later. From there, it flourished into what is known as "Glitter Gulch" to the locals, a thriving city and entertainment destination with a permanent population of over 600,000 people. More than 70,000 of these residents are over the age of 65, no small wonder when the incredible variety of activities the city has to offer continues to tempt more seniors into Las Vegas independent living communities.

Attractions

Due to its huge success as a tourism destination, the city offers Las Vegas independent living residents almost any attraction they can imagine. Though it's located in the middle of a desert region, Las Vegas boasts 70 publicly-maintained parks for peaceful outdoor strolls, as well as twelve public swimming pools. The nearby Las Vegas Premium Outlets feature 150 stores, including designers like Cole Haan and Coach, to entertain avid shoppers and bargain-hunters. Interesting historical diversions such as the Law Enforcement Museum and Neon Museum are another great location for day trippers.

Senior Activities

Seniors who opt for Las Vegas independent living are sure to enjoy the benefits offered by the city's senior center. Operated by the city itself, this comprehensive center not only has classes for activities like dancing, senior driving safety, and arts and crafts, they also have multipurpose rooms and a kitchen for senior-centric events. The center provides useful services such as tax preparation and health screenings to seniors, ensuring that important needs can be taken care of in between exciting activities, classes and field trips.

Medical Facilities

Las Vegas Independent LivingValley Hospital, located in central Las Vegas, features a number of treatment options that are ideal for seniors choosing Las Vegas independent living situations. With state of the art response teams in niches like stroke emergencies, physical rehabilitation, wound care, and hyperbaric treatment, seniors can rest assured that they're in good hands. Osteoarthritis care is also elevated to a new level with the hospital's recent addition of MAKOplasty Partial Knee Resurfacing techniques, designed to combat the debilitating effects of degenerative joint disease.

Transportation

Due to its status as a major tourism destination, Las Vegas is known for its rich array of public transit options. In addition to taxi services sprinkled liberally over the city, residents of Las Vegas independent living communities enjoy a technology-connected network of information about city buses, monorails and more. Through easy, free smartphone apps, residents are able to check everything from open parking spaces downtown to live traffic cameras, to how long they'll have to wait before the next bus arrives at their stop. With a senior lifestyle that's just as busy as its legendary casino floors, those who choose Las Vegas independent living will quickly realize why so many retirees are flocking to this desert gem in droves. Great shopping, stellar public transit and a sensational senior center make every day in this town a winning one - and you can bet on that. Back to Top