Arlington Independent Living

There are 6 Independent Living Facilities in Arlington, TX and 30 Independent Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Independent Living in Arlington, TX is $1,632 per month.

Average Cost: $4,500

Other Independent Living Facilities in Arlington

  • Aca3e00768b5812e282e0474fbe1ac43

    Brookdale Arlington

    1250 West Pioneer Parkway
    Arlington, TX 76013
    Call (800) 991-9257 for details.
    2 reviews
    Provides Independent Living in Arlington, TX
    Get Info

    At Brookdale Arlington we have it all—superb amenities, exquisite cuisine, and exceptional lifestyle—to make your active life carefree, exciting, and convenient.

Back to Top

Arlington Independent Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Independent Living in Arlington for a single-occupancy apartment is $1,632/month ( - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Arlington Independent Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Arlington Plaza $1,799/month
Fox Run Estates $1,649/month
Greenfield Residences of Arlington $1,710/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Courtyards at River Park Fort Worth $2,750/month
Pinewood Hills Flower Mound $1,774/month
South Colleyvine Ranch Grapevine $2,274/month
The Bentley Dallas $1,499/month
Crescent Point Cedar Hill $2,245/month
Meadow Lakes North Richland Hills $2,110/month
The Waterford at Fort Worth Fort Worth $1,625/month
The Waterford at Pantego Pantego $1,855/month
The Wellington at North Richland Hills North Richland Hills $2,055/month
The Remington at Valley Ranch Irving $2,295/month
Lakeview at Josey Ranch Carrollton $2,575/month
Heritage Place Burleson $2,675/month
The Vantage at Cityview Fort Worth $3,150/month
Champions Cove Duncanville $1,049/month
Belmont Village Turtle Creek Dallas $3,900/month
Lewisville Estates Lewisville $2,250/month
Trinity Courtyard Fort Worth $1,209/month
The Meridian at Kessler Park Dallas $2,095/month
MacArthur Hills Irving $3,200/month
The Westmore Fort Worth $3,200/month
The Stayton At Museum Way Fort Worth $3,023/month
The Victors at Forest Lane Dallas $1,500/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by 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.
Back to Top

Map of Arlington Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Arlington

One of the nation’s fastest growing cities, Arlington is located in Tarrant County between the cities of Fort Worth and Dallas. The town that was chosen as the site of a new train station for the Texas and Pacific Railroad in 1875 is now the site of a General Motors plaHeroes' Parknt that employs 3,000 workers. Arlington has a thriving manufacturing industry, producing equipment for the oil industry as well as a variety of medical, electronic, and plastic products. It is also best known for several sports and recreational attractions such as the Six Flags Over Texas amusement park and the Dallas Cowboys’ $650 million football stadium, AT&T Stadium.

Organizations Serving Seniors in Arlington

The Parks and Wildlife Department of the Arlington local government operates two senior centers in Arlington: the Senior Recreation Center at New York Avenue and the Eunice Activity Center. Both centers offer a wide range of programs and services for seniors. These include recreational opportunities (dance, painting, crafts, etc.), legal clinics, health screening, and nutritional counseling, and assistance. Older adults who choose independent living in Arlington can avail of these and other useful services that are designed to support and enhance the choices they make.

Arlington Senior-Friendly Activities

The River Legacy Park gives Arlington visitors a different kind of experience from than the popular sports and recreational attractions offer. A 1,300-acre sanctuary that showcases the multitude of ecosystems thriving along the banks of the Trinity River, the River Legacy Park is a unique and refreshing urban oasis. The Living Science Center is a 12,000 square foot nature center with a sustainable design that features aquariums, interactive exhibits, terrariums, and much more. Seniors residing in independent living in Arlington may enjoy a tour of Top O'Hill Terrace, known as "Vegas Before Vegas," which is now a historic landmark featuring a restaurant and tea room, as well as a glimpse into the past. For active seniors, the YMCA of Arlington offers programming specifically designed for older adults. These activities are just a few of the many reasons that make independent living in Arlington fun, educational and interesting.

Arlington Medical Facilities

The Medical Center of Arlington (MCA) began as a community hospital in 1976. It has since grown into a 326-bed modern, full-service hospital with over 600 physicians and a 1,000-strong medical staff made up of dedicated nurses, therapists and other healthcare professionals. Among its many fields of specialization, MCA provides expertise in heart and vascular services, oncology, neuroscience, sports medicine and women’s health services. It also has a Joint Replacement Center designed to better evaluate and treat patients suffering from osteoporosis as well as other illnesses or conditions resulting from low bone density. Choosing independent living in Arlington means access to excellent medical services such as those offered by MCA.

Senior-Friendly Transportation in Arlington

Elderly and disabled passengers who wish to navigate the city of Arlington can count on the Handitran. This is a public transportation service made available by the city of Arlington for its senior and disabled population. They have an online navigating system that can handle basic trip requests from registered users including checking routes and ETA’s as well as canceling trips. Cost per ride is only $2 per one-way trip. Passengers who opt for a monthly pass ($55) can use the Handitran for an unlimited number of times during one calendar month. It’s easy to see how Arlington independent living is greatly enhanced by this helpful service from the transportation department of the city. The exciting recreational and educational options available to Arlington senior residents as well as its excellent medical services make this city a top choice for older adults looking for a new place to call home. For more information on senior living in Arlington, see our options for Arlington independent living. Back to Top