Pittsburgh Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Pittsburgh Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Pittsburgh for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,365/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Pittsburgh Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Residence at Weinberg Village PCH $3,590/month
Weinberg Terrace PCH $4,895/month
Juniper Village at Forest Hills $3,895/month
Schenley Gardens $2,900/month
The Pines of Mount Lebanon $3,070/month
Asbury Heights $3,317/month
Sunrise of McCandless $4,910/month
Sunrise of Upper St. Clair $4,340/month
Harbour Senior Living of South Hills $3,300/month
The Haven at North Hills $3,100/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Elmcroft of Allison Park Allison Park $3,600/month
Elmcroft of Saxonburg Saxonburg $2,730/month
Personal Care at Evergreen, Inc Washington $2,300/month
Franciscan Manor Beaver Falls $3,263/month
The Palms At O'Neil McKeesport $2,160/month
Locust Grove Senior Living West Mifflin $3,220/month
Mount Vernon of South Park South Park $2,759/month
The Residence at Willow Lane Mckees Rocks $3,437/month
Arrowood at Southwestern West Mifflin $2,250/month
Harbour Senior Living of Monroeville Monroeville $2,800/month
Walden's View Senior Living North Huntingdon $2,400/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 Pittsburgh Assisted Living Facilities

Gracious Living Personal Care Home

Review by Shirley


Gracious Living is a place where the caretakers really care about the residents! It is small and feels more like your home than an institution. Because they are so familiar with each resident, they are aware when there is a change in the resident's behavior or physical condition...

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Schenley Gardens

Review by Rose


Housekeeping not providing enough towels. Have to look for dining room seating due to porch area of dining room closed off (my assigned seating is there.) Social activities are minimal-outings have decreased since I became a resident. Have had two thefts recently...

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Schenley Gardens

Review by Beth


They have so many activities on the schedule every day for my mom! There is even a choir group that she sings in. She loves the shopping outings and I love that they take her to her doctors appointments. The meals are great, and my family loves the private dining room for family dinners...

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Schenley Gardens

Review by SLW


Beware before signing anything here. Get everything in writing, and if possible notarize everything anyone at Schenley Gardens gives you. My mother was here for a few months. The care was sub standard at best, the food appalling and the management changed so often there was no one with whom to communicate...

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Asbury Heights

Review by Tim M.


My experiences with this place have been absolutely awful...

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Brookdale Mt. Lebanon

Review by Caring daughter


My mother has moved here. Yummy food, very clean and beautiful facilities and grounds. Very friendly staff. Secure building. Provides cleaning, changing of be linens. Free laundry, utilities all included except for phone.

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Map of Pittsburgh Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Pittsburgh

Dubbed “The City of Bridges,” Pittsburgh’s downtown center is nestled between the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, and is one of several Midwestern cities that form the Great Lakes Megalopolis. An urban and cultural hotspot, Pittsburgh is continually noted for its high livability do to its low cost of living, low crime rate and abundant cultural opportunities. The second-largest city in Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh is also the 22nd-largest urban area in the United States. Seniors who choose assisted living in Pittsburgh will enjoy a rich cultural experience offering endless entertainment combined with small-town charm and hospitality.

Pittsburgh Attractions

Pittsburgh is the home to the famous Steelers NFL team that has earned more Super Bowl Titles than any other team in the league. Also known as the birthplace of pop culture, Pittsburgh is host to The Andy Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art and the Frick Art & Historical Center. Residents of assisted living in Pittsburghhave a wide array of entertainment at their fingertips via Pittsburgh’s downtown Cultural District, which boasts The Symphony Orchestra, Cultural Trust and Ballet Theatre.

Pittsburgh Senior Activities

Pittsburgh is bustling when it comes to activities for seniors. The city runs the Healthy Active Living program, which is committed to helping adults age 60 and older maintain their physical fitness. To accomplish this, the city operates 15 community centers offering residents of assisted living in Pittsburgh the chance to enjoy shuffleboard, horseshoe pitching and more. For intellectual stimulation, senior community centers in Pittsburgh have teamed up with the Community College of Allegheny County to offer classes ranging from the arts, healthy cooking, tai chi, computers and English as a second language.

Pittsburgh Medical Facilities

Several thriving medical facilities offer peace of mind to seniors who want a safe haven to settle down and enjoy assisted living in Pittsburgh. Two of the most notable facilities in the area are the University of Pittsburg Medical Center and West Penn Allegheny Health System. The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) is the most prominent hospital in the area, employing more than 2,700 doctors across 20 hospitals and 400 outpatient sites. UPMC operates centers of excellence in cancer, neurosurgery, rehabilitation and geriatrics. West Penn Allegheny Health System (WPAHS) is the second-largest provider of healthcare in the region. Founded in 1848, WPAHS serves as the teaching campus for the Drexel University and Temple University medical schools, and specializes in cardiovascular care, geriatric medicine, orthopaedic surgery and transplant surgery.

Pittsburgh Transit

Seniors enjoying assisted living in Pittsburghwill have no trouble getting around with the city’s integrated public transportation system run by the Port Authority of Allegheny County (Pat Transit). With over 700 buses and 83 light rail vehicles serving 200,000 riders a day, Pittsburgh’s bus system is the 11th-largest transit agency in the nation.

Find Assisted Living in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is a unique city, offering big-city wonders with small-town charm. To see a list of local assisted living communities, visit our Pittsburgh Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Chrysti Harrison. Back to Top