Rochester Retirement Communities

There are 14 Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY and 4 Retirement Communities nearby.

Average Cost: $4,500

Nearby Retirement Communities

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    Fleming Point

    Greece, NY 14612 Provides Retirement Communities 6.9 miles from Rochester, NY
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    Offering the best of both worlds, Fleming Point enjoys the quiet community of Greece and close proximity to shopping, quality healthcare, golf and Crescent Beach.

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    Castle Pointe at Baywinde

    Webster, NY 14580
    4 reviews
    Provides Retirement Communities 6.1 miles from Rochester, NY
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    Castle Pointe at Baywinde is an independent, community, located near the gorgeous Irondequoit Bay, that is specially designed for luxurious aging in place.

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    Atria Penfield

    Penfield, NY 14526 Provides Retirement Communities 7.4 miles from Rochester, NY
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    Located just a short distance from downtown Rochester, Atria Penfield is a senior living community that combines small-town charm with the conveniences of a large city.

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    Maplewood Estates

    Fairport, NY 14450
    1 review
    Provides Retirement Communities 9.0 miles from Rochester, NY
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    Seniors can expect a thoroughly enjoyable senior living experience at the inviting Maplewood Estates retirement community in Fairport, New York.

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Other Retirement Communities in Rochester

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    Brickstone

    Rochester, NY 14620 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    River Edge Manor

    Rochester, NY 14620 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    The Summit at Brighton

    Rochester, NY 14618 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY
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    The Summit at Brighton offers carefree independent senior living in a beautiful park-like setting with first-class services, amenities and award-winning architecture.

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    Valley Manor

    Rochester, NY 14610 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    Legacy at Clover Blossom

    Rochester, NY 14610 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    Legacy at Cranberry Landing

    Rochester, NY 14609 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    Midtown Manor

    Rochester, NY 14607 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    The Heritage

    Rochester, NY 14621 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    Chapel Oaks

    Rochester, NY 14621 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    Dunn Tower Apartments I

    Rochester, NY 14606 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    Dunn Tower Apartments II

    Rochester, NY 14606 Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY

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    The Villages at Unity

    Rochester, NY 14626
    1 review
    Provides Retirement Communities in Rochester, NY
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    The Villages at Unity proud to be the only senior retirement community in Greater Rochester to have a hospital located right next door.

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Map of Rochester Retirement Communities

Information About Retirement Community in Rochester

Rochester, New York is located in Monroe County, along the northwestern border of New York. The city is New York’s third most populous, with a population of 210,565 as of the 2010 census. Rochester is consistently rated highly on quality of life, including being ranked as the ‘most liveable city’ by the Places Rated Almanac in 2007. Rochester has the lowest real estate prices of any major city in New York, making Rochester retirement communities an ideal location to look into. The city was initially established in 1817 at the Village of RochestervilRochester Skylinele, with the name change following just a few years later. It was the country’s first ‘boom town’ thanks to a large flour-processing industry, earning it the nickname ‘Flour City’, which was later changed to ‘Flower City’ when the wheat industry moved west and Rochester became known for its plant nurseries instead. Modern day Rochester is home to quite a few large international companies, and is also home to several universities and affiliated research facilities.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Rochester

Seniors in the Rochester area are served by the Monroe County Office for Aging and Adult Services. The office provides an Elderly Community Outreach program that helps seniors with short-term problem solving, crisis intervention, and advocacy in addition to assistance applying for various benefits. Through the Oasis program, seniors have access to many educational opportunities as well as the opportunity to volunteer. Lifespan offers seniors the chance to work or volunteer part-time after job training, and also helps seniors with money management. The Monroe County Legal Assistance Corporation provides legal assistance to seniors, including help with public benefits, rental problems, wills, utility problems, and power of attorney. The local Catholic Family Center offers friendly visits, light chore services, and escorted transportation to frail seniors in the Rochester area. Many of these services and others can be reached at one of the twenty-one senior centers in Monroe county.

Rochester Senior-Friendly Activities

There are many entertainment and cultural options in Rochester for residents to enjoy. Rochester is home to Garth Fagan, an internationally renowned choreographer, and his dance company, Garth Fagan Dance, puts on many performances throughout the year. The Rochester Association of Performing Arts provides theater classes to the Rochester area for students of all ages. Music lovers will enjoy the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, while those who enjoy film and photography will love the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film. The Memorial Art Gallery and Rochester Contemporary Art Center are available to locals who wish to enjoy art exhibits.

Rochester Medical Facilities

Rochester is served by the University of Rochester Medical Center, which consists of Strong Memorial Hospital and Highland Hospital, among several others. Strong Memorial is home to the Acute Care for Elders Unit, with several geriatricians on staff and a host of geriatric services available. The hospital’s geriatric services include emergency care, a stroke center, a joint center, and palliative care.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Rochester

Regional Transit Service (RTS) is the city of Rochester's public transportation service, which offers an RTS Access program for riders with disabilities. Medical Motor Service provides seniors and individuals with disabilities with specialized transportation to receive non-emergency medical services, shuttle services to shopping centers and senior centers, and transportation for personal trips and outings throughout Rochester and Monroe County. Medical Motor Service provides more than 500,000 trips annually to more than 9,000 Rochester seniors and individuals with disabilities. Retirement communities in Rochester offer a wide variety of benefits just for living in the Rochester area, which provides a lot of support to area seniors. For more information on senior living in Rochester, see our options for Rochester retirement communities. Back to Top