Dallas Independent Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Dallas Independent Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Independent Living in Dallas for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,038/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Dallas Independent Living Communities

Community Starting Price
The Forum at Park Lane $2,632/month
Edgemere and the Plaza at Edgemere $6,614/month
The Reserve at North Dallas $2,125/month
The Bentley $1,499/month
Whiterock Court $1,924/month
Five Star Premier Residences of Dallas $3,010/month
Windsor Senior Living $1,995/month
Meadowstone Place $1,580/month
Belmont Village Turtle Creek $3,900/month
Lakeland Hills Senior Living $1,200/month
The Meridian at Kessler Park $2,095/month
The Victors at Forest Lane $1,500/month
The Cottages at Golden Acres $1,700/month

Cost of Nearby Independent Living Communities

Community City Starting Price
The Waterford at Plano Plano $2,025/month
The Wellington at Arapaho Richardson $2,115/month
Sunrise of Plano Plano $5,030/month
Arlington Plaza Arlington $1,799/month
Cottonwood Estates Plano $1,549/month
Fox Run Estates Arlington $1,649/month
Pinewood Hills Flower Mound $1,774/month
South Colleyvine Ranch Grapevine $2,274/month
The El Dorado Richardson $1,374/month
Crescent Point Cedar Hill $2,245/month
The Waterford at Mesquite Mesquite $1,845/month
The Waterford at Pantego Pantego $1,855/month
The Remington at Valley Ranch Irving $2,295/month
The Chateau McKinney $1,974/month
Parkview in Allen Allen $2,049/month
Lakeview at Josey Ranch Carrollton $2,575/month
Montclair Estates Garland $1,400/month
Champions Cove Duncanville $1,049/month
Greenfield Residences of Arlington Arlington $1,710/month
Corinthians Retirement Community Carrollton $1,875/month
Lewisville Estates Lewisville $2,250/month
MacArthur Hills Irving $3,200/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 Dallas Independent Living Communities

Highland Springs

Review by Concerned Son


We would NOT recommend Highland Springs to anyone. We had our father in the memory care facility at Highland Springs from Fall 2014 to Fall 2015. The experience was very traumatic. While it's a beautiful looking facility we had numerous issues...

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Presbyterian Village North

Review by Local Professional


This is a large faith-based community that is affiliated with the local Presbyterian hospital in Dallas...

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The Forum at Park Lane

Review by Mogeereweds


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The Forum at Park Lane

Review by Injevebub


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Map of Dallas Independent Living Facilities

Information About Independent Living Facility in Dallas

Dallas Independent Living Within the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area, Dallas is the largest city. This Texas city is the third most populous in the state and the country's eighth most populous. Encompassing parts of five counties, Kaufman, Denton, Rockwall, Dallas and Collin, the city boasted a population of 1,197,816 according to the 2010 United States Census. The Caddo people originally inhabited the area now known as Dallas. Founded in 1841, the city was incorporated on a formal basis as a city in 1856. The city's humid and subtropical climate makes it the ideal location to retire to for a senior considering Dallas independent living communities.

Attractions in the City

For residents of Dallas independent living communities who like to stay active, there are plenty of ways to do so within this large, and growing, city. Many parks and greenways crisscross the area. Venues offer a range of activities such as the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, the Meadows Museum, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and the Dallas Museum of Art. For those visitors and residents who enjoy sports, Dallas is a great place to live. Soccer, football, hockey and basketball are just a few of the different offerings seniors can enjoy.

Senior Activities

Dallas County Human and Health Services runs ten senior centers scattered conveniently throughout the city. Their Older Adult Services Program is designed to serve the needs of people, such as residents of Dallas independent living communities who are 60 years of age and older. If needed, the agency provides transportation for the participants in the programs. Some services provided by the agency at their centers include field trips, exercising, dancing, lunch, and arts and crafts. Lunch is served daily, Monday through Friday.

Medical Centers For Seniors

Dallas Independent Living According to U.S. News, Baylor University Medical Center, a teaching hospital with 928 beds, is the number one medical facility in the area. The hospital performed more than 20,000 surgeries during the most recent year statistics were available. In addition, this hospital has been nationally ranked in six specialties, including urology, pulmonology, gastroenterology and orthopedics. Other high performing areas that residents of Dallas independent living communities might be interested in include geriatrics, cancer, cardiology and heart surgery. Another option for residents living the city is the University of Texas' Southwestern Medical Center. This 466 bed teaching hospital is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Nationally ranked in neurology, neurosurgery and urology, this hospital also received high marks for their services with cancer, geriatrics, pulmonology, ear, nose and throat and diabetes and endocrinology. This medical facility had over 33,000 emergency visits and performed more than 14,000 surgeries during the year such information was last reported.

Public Transportation in the City

For residents of Dallas independent living communities, there are plenty of options for getting around the city quickly and easily. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) provides buses and light railway systems as a means for visitors and residents to explore the city. With expansive routes that cover all major areas of the city, seniors will be pleased to know they can get to doctor's appointments and to meet their friends with ease and speediness. Dallas has a great deal to offer retirees. There are many varied entertainment options, beautiful weather and a vibrant senior community in which to make friends. Getting around the city is easy, thanks to its well thought out public transportation system, while obtaining top notch medical care is simply a matter of choosing one of the many highly ranked options in the area. Back to Top