Memphis Independent Living
There are 18 Independent Living Facilities in Memphis, TN and 2 Independent Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Independent Living in Memphis, TN is $1,625 per month.
Average Cost: $4,500
With a range of care from independent living to assisted living and secure memory care, Kennington Pointe highlights the gracious essence of southern living. Common areas include a three-story atrium, a fitness room, game room, and library.
For active seniors seeking a retirement community that matches their active pace of life, they should visit Kirby Pines Retirement Community, the #1 retirement community in Memphis.
Offering versatility and freedom, Greenfield Senior Residence at Lenox Park provides spacious accommodations and an ideal location for retirement living.
The Glenmary at Evergreen, located in Memphis, provides seniors with a selection of amenities to encourage an enjoyable senior living experience.
Feels Like Home Senior Lifestyle is a senior living community that provides a safe comfortable place where seniors can be independent and live with dignity.
The Parkview provides a full range of choices for today's seniors. Choosing a senior living community represents a lifestyle choice and we understa...
Enjoy the ambiance of a stunning historic high-rise in mid-town Memphis. With scenic views of Overton Park, The Parkview is an elegant setting for our community of active seniors.
Luther Towers is a Senior Community for 50 and older. Senior Highrise with 13 floors and 196 units.
Nestled in a quiet neighborhood in the heart of East Memphis, Town Village Audubon Park provides wonderful amenities, beautiful accommodations, and easy access to dining and shopping.
Wesley Highland Terrace offers senior apartments in the University of Memphis area. Our large apartments have a fully equipped kitchen, washers and dryers and great views.
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Memphis Independent Living Facility Costs
The median cost of Independent Living in Memphis for a single-occupancy apartment is $1,625/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Cost of Memphis Independent Living Communities
|Kirby Pines Estates||$2,122/month|
|The Glenmary at Evergreen||$2,200/month|
|Town Village Audubon Park||$2,300/month|
Cost of Nearby Independent Living Communities
|Silvercreek Senior Living Community||Olive Branch||$3,000/month|
Reviews of Memphis Independent Living Communities
We will probably go with Kennington Pointe. The apartments were nice. We had a chance to eat there and the food was wonderful. The staff was wonderful. They provide activities, but we did not see any when we were there. The price was more reasonable than other facilities.Read more Kennington Pointe reviews
Kirby Pines Estates was a cheery and nice place, and I liked it. Everything there was fine. There was a movie theater, a painting room, a park, and an exercise room. I only talked to one person, and he was very friendly and very informative.Read more Kirby Pines Estates reviews
I've been to The Parkview, and it was nice. I would rate the rooms a 7, and the dining area a 10. I looked at the menu, and it was real exquisite. What they need to do is provide some kind of transportation. There's a parking-lot, and you can have your own vehicle...Read more The Parkview reviews
I was not impressed with The Parkview Memphis. It was dirty, depressing, and old and didn't have many activities available. The staff did not seem to care whether we stay in there or not. The rooms were fine. I would suggest that they clean the place up...Read more The Parkview reviews
When I visited Town Village Audubon Park. It looked like a very nice community for independent senior living, but when my friend decided to move there, she felt it was more like a convalescent home and not what she was looking for. She was looking for a place with stimulation and people she can talk to...Read more Town Village Audubon Park reviews
The rooms at The Parkview were spacious, bright, and had very large closets. The food was very good. The building was beautiful, old, and historic. They had happy hour, wine and cheese, a piano, puzzles, and a pool table. Once you become a resident, you get a membership to the zoo and to the art museum...Read more The Parkview reviews