Richmond Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Richmond Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Richmond for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,673/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Richmond Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Chestnut Grove Assisted Living Facility $2,575/month
Manorcare Health Services-Stratford Hall $3,077/month
Commonwealth Assisted Living at the West End $4,110/month
Morningside in the West End $3,285/month
Sunrise at Bon Air $4,340/month
Sunrise of Richmond $3,920/month
Elmcroft of Chesterfield $4,140/month
Symphony Manor of Richmond $2,364/month
Greenfield Residences at Monument Avenue $2,600/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Ivy Ridge Assisted Living Petersburg $1,597/month
Heritage Green of Hanover Mechanicsville $4,380/month
Morningside of Bellgrade Midlothian $3,080/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.
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Reviews of Richmond Assisted Living Facilities

Chestnut Grove Assisted Living Facility

Review by Local Professional


Very engaging staff members who ensured the residents were properly cared for. Residents appeared interactive and delighted by the environment. Program offers residents three different meals per day. Staff members were all warm, welcoming, and friendly. Various levels of care offered to residents...

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Gayton Terrace

Review by Local Professional


Clean facility with excellent accommodations. Friendly and experienced staff members offer top quality to the units. Most residents within the facility are high functioning and independent. Low staff to resident ratio. The residence has wheelchair accommodations and is handicap friendly...

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Brookdale Imperial Plaza

Review by Local Professional


Residence offers a variety of unique activities including Hanover Tomato Festival, carnivals, birthday celebrations. The environment is lively and the residents seemed to be having fun. Wheelchair accessible for residents with mobility issues. The hallways, however, were extremely long and difficult to navigate...

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Brookdale Imperial Plaza

Review by Visitor


Brookdale was very cozy. There were a lot of people sitting around who were much older than I am but seemed happy. The staff was wonderful, and the facility was very nicely kept. The atmosphere was very upbeat.

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Lakewood Manor Baptist Retirement Community

Review by Bob, happy to give a good review


My mom and dad looked into Lakewood, they liked what was offered, plus the fact that many of their friends were already there. They never regretted the move for a minute...

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Manorcare Health Services-Stratford Hall

Review by Local Professional


Friendly staff members offering residents superior quality in comparison to other facilities. Beautiful decorations amidst a clean environment. Mediocre food and menu options, however, there are a lot of healthy meals like salad bars. Large parking lot offering residents with guests accommodations...

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Map of Richmond Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Richmond

Founded in 1742, the beautiful and historic city of Richmond, Virginia, offers an ideal location near the ocean, mountains and Washington DC, with mild winters and long summers. This city of 200,000 is rich in history, and as the former capital of the Confederate States, it has many interesting buildings, museums and monuments to explore. Seniors are attracted to assisted living in Richmond because of the many area features such as affordable and accessible public transit, an active arts community and world-class healthcare. There are many attractions for seniors to enjoy in Richmond, including the lovely stores in historic Carytown and shopping at the 1.3 million-square-foot Short Pump Town Centre. Seniors enjoying assisted living in Richmond may also go to the many historic sites in the area, such as the American Civil War Center at Historic Tredegar and the Museum of the Confederacy. Area theatres and live shows are popular, including the Virginia Opera, the Barksdale Theatre and Dogwood Dell, an outdoor amphitheater which hosts the annual Festival of the Arts. Automotive lovers enjoy attending the many area antique and classic car shows, and equine enthusiasts can pick the fastest horse at the Colonial Downs track in nearby New Kent.

Local Hospitals in Richmond

Seniors enjoying assisted living in Richmond have access to the award-winning Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Medical Center, which has been ranked as one of “America's Best Hospitals” by U.S. News Media Group for three consecutive years. The VCU Health System has also ranked among the top 50 hospitals in the country for excellence in rehabilitation, cardiac surgery and kidney disease treatment. Other hospitals in Richmond include:

Richmond Mass Transit

  • GRTC Transit System Provider of public transit services for the City of Richmond and Chesterfield County. All transit buses in the city are wheelchair accessible, and many are low-floor, wide-door kneeling models without any steps, making travel to and from a community of assisted living in Richmond easy for everyone.
  • CARE Paratransit service for disabled adults or adults over the age of 80.

Discounts for Seniors in Richmond

Richmond Senior Centers

  • Linwood Robinson Center Providers adult citizens age 60 and older with fitness classes, health screenings and social outings. 700 North 26th Street, Richmond, VA 23223 (804) 646-3115

Richmond Senior Services

The City of Richmond also publishes a comprehensive Resource Guide for Older Adults that can be printed out and includes useful phone numbers, websites and more. Back to Top