Bronx Senior Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Reviews of Bronx Senior Living Options

We were not thrilled with Hudson Pointe at Riverdale Center. They did not really follow through at the end; it was difficult. We had two weeks that we were waiting to find home care, and their communication was terrible. Nobody was getting back to us. It was very nerve wrecking. There were some good things about it...

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Rebekah Rehab and Extended Care Center

Review by Anne


My mother is right now in Rebekah Rehab facility, and it's horrible. She got here from the hospital. After 2 weeks, she got bed sores on her bottom, and she has an ulcer in her heel. They never change her, right now, she's sitting on her poop, and I've been asking someone for the last 2 hours to change her...

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Kittay Senior Apartments

Review by darling daughter


The most common complaint of residents is, "Chicken again." The most common compliment is, "The Staff really cares." This is a place where seniors can live as they are and how they want to...

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Split Rock Rehabilitation and Health Care Center

Review by Simone and Mark T


split rock rehab was the right place for us at the right time. Food was so so and not all staff were the friendliest bunch. but rehab was great and we wanted to get home healthy and that's what happened. good job overall

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Information About Senior Living Option in Bronx

Originally a small farming town, the Bronx has since evolved over centuries into a bustling borough of New York City. Located just north of Manhattan and Queens, Bronx senior living provides a lifestyle that is at the heart of one of the cultural hubs of the world. With a population of over one million diverse individuals, the borough offers an eclectic makeup of people. The result is a merging of backgrounds and traditions which creates a way of life unique to the Bronx. Seniors who enjoy being a part of the action and living near famed museums, restaurants, shows and parks will feel at home in this borough.

Bronx Attractions

Attractions within the Bronx and other nearby boroughs are virtually limitless. The Bronx itself is home to the renowned Yankee Stadium, the New York Botanical Garden and the Bronx Zoo. For waterside attractions, seniors can head to City Island, which is famous for its delicious seafood restaurants, or they can explore the banks of the Bronx River. Music lovers will be delighted by the strong musical presence in the area which represents everything from Latin Jazz to Show Tunes. Shoppers will enjoy the variety of stores and markets available on Fordham Road, in the Bay Plaza and the Hub Riverdale/Kingsbridge shopping center. With so many activities to keep one busy, senior living in the Bronx provides an active lifestyle and rich cultural experiences.

Bronx Senior Activities

The New York City Department for the Aging operates more than 250 senior centers in the New York area, with 47 in the Bronx. The centers are typically open Monday through Friday during normal business hours and provide a great place for residents of Bronx senior living to connect with others in their community. In addition to social and recreational activities such as Bingo, movie screenings and field trips, Bronx senior centers also offer a number of useful social services such as health screenings, nutrition education and Medicaid case assistance.

Bronx Medical Facilities

Senior living in the Bronx provides retirees with some of the best medical care found worldwide, and with 184 hospitals in the metropolitan area, the choices are extensive. The Bronx's Montefiore Medical Center is rated by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top 10 hospitals in New York. The hospital provides care in numerous medical specialties, such as diabetes and endocrinology, geriatrics, neurology and neurosurgery. Other hospitals in the area are St. Barnabas Hospital, Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center and Calvary Hospital.

Bronx Transit

Another advantage of living in the city is how easy it is to get from place to place. Most everyday destinations are within walking distance and everything else is easily reached by using one of the six Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) subway lines that stop at 70 stations in the Bronx area. The Bronx is also served by two commuter rail lines.

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With a comprehensive public transportation system, top-notch medical facilities and abundance of activities, senior living in the Bronx provides all the conveniences of a big-city lifestyle. Browse our directory to find Independent Living, Assisted Living and Retirement Communities in the Bronx. Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top