Seattle Retirement Communities
There are 25 Retirement Communities in Seattle, WA and 0 Retirement Communities nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
Ida Culver House Broadview offers easy access to local parks and vistas, and provides services for assisted living and Alzheimer's or memory care.
Sitting in the heart of one of Seattle's finest neighborhoods, Ida Culver House Ravenna provides assisted living services, and is ideally located close to dining, shopping and medical services.
The Lakeshore is located on the southern shore of Lake Washington, offering beautiful panoramic views and a variety of apartments to choose from.
Ideally located within walking distance of stores, bistros, movie theaters and the public library, University House Wallingford offers accommodations and services for assisted living.
Founded in 1961, Horizon House is a dynamic nonprofit retirement community dedicated to dignified aging, life fulfillment, and service to the broader community.
The Stratford at Maple Leaf is a place for seniors to live in the comforts of the finest assisted care in North Seattle.
Aljoya Thornton Place is a locally owned and operated retirement living community where our residents enjoy a care-free lifestyle.
With a name meaning "beautiful vision" in Italian, Mirabella in Seattle is a luxurious community that offers an exemplary lifestyle to residents in independent and assisted living.
Centrally located in West Seattle’s Highland Park neighborhood, Arrowhead Gardens offers seniors affordable rental housing that is just 10 minutes from downtown Seattle.
A brand-new community in the heart of Seattle’s Bitter Lake neighborhood, Interurban Senior Living offers active seniors high-quality retirement living at a price they can afford.
Located near numerous shops and restaurants, Merrill Gardens at Ballard offers 103 modern senior apartments and care ranging from independent living to assisted living and memory care.
Refund Plans: 90% of Entrance Fee; 50% Refund (Price: 81% of Entrance Fee); 0% Refund (Price: 63% of Entrance Fee). Assisted Living and Nursing Car...
Refund Plans: 60% of Entrance Fee; Declining balance to 0% over 5 yrs. (Price: 65% of Entrance Fee); No-Entrance Fee plan also available with highe...
Refund Plans: Declining Balance over 100 mos.-Assisted Living & Nursing Care at discounted rates; Optional 50% Refund and Month-to-Month plans ...
Refund Plans: 60% of Entrance Fee- Increases from 40% over 15 yrs.; Declining Balance over 5 yrs (Price: 83% of Entrance Fee). Priority access to A...
Welcome to Aljoya Thornton Place, an Era Living community. Aljoya offers a warm, vibrant lifestyle, a vast array of amenities, rich programming, an...
Priority access to Assisted Living and Nursing Care on discounted Fee-For-Service basis.
Refund Plans: Declining balance to 0% over 2 yrs. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.
Refund Plans: 100% of Entrance Fee. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on discounted Fee-For-Service basis.
Promoting a lifestyle of continued independence and socialization, Fred Lind Manor offers independent and assisted living options.
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Reviews of Seattle Retirement Communities
This community is top notch! They have the whole package for what a senior may be looking for. An active community, high level of assisted care, and transitional care for rehab. The staff here is very professional, and go out of their way to accommodate their needs.Read more Ida Culver House Broadview reviews
This community is considered a CCRC because it has most all levels of care. It is very upscale in many ways but it is a very long distance to get to some of the apartments. The dinning is upscale and it does have Assisted Living services brought to the apartments...Read more Ida Culver House Broadview reviews
Well, the parking for visitors is horrible. I have a friend I visit here quite often, and have received parking tickets for not making it back to my car quick enough. The meter maids here are very efficient! I know my friend really likes it here and has been at Ida Culver for a couple years now...Read more Ida Culver House Ravenna reviews
We had a wonderful experience at Ida Culver Ravenna, where my father lived for 3 years. When he first moved in, he was living independently, and then needed more care and services as time went on. We were able to adjust the assisted living services to personally meet his needs...Read more Ida Culver House Ravenna reviews
This community has a high level of care if needed, you are always welcomed with open arms, which makes you feel right at home. The staff are pleasant and kind, the community is clean and the grounds are well kept. If you are in the market then you need to visit this community for yourself.Read more The Lakeshore reviews
The Lakeshore is a beautiful senior living facility off of Lake Washington. The grounds are well maintained, and there are benches where the residents can sit and enjoy the view. There is a lovely garden area for the residents my guy has a rose garden he cherishes...Read more The Lakeshore reviews
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Information About Retirement Community in Seattle
Picturesque Seattle is located in the Pacific Northwest in Washington state and is home to over 600,000 residents, making it the 15th largest metropolis in the country. The city, located on a strip of land surrounded by Puget Sound and Lake Washington, is conveniently close to the Canadian border. Rich in artistic history, Seattle is a city that many famous musicians have called home, including jazz artist Ray Charles. Although it has a strong reputation for having a rainy climate, Seattle actually endures less rain than its East Coast peer, New York City - an important distinction for residents in Seattle retirement communities that would rather keep their umbrellas at home.
Attractions for Seniors in Seattle, WAFor shopping enthusiasts in Seattle retirement communities, downtown destinations like the Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square are a dream come true. For those who enjoy beautiful views, the world-famous Space Needle is a must-see, towering over 500 feet above sea level to provide breathtaking views of the city below. The waterfall gardens and waterfront skywheel are delightful novelties, and curious day trippers should stop by destinations like the Bill Gates house or the original Starbucks store to get their fill of these not-so-local celebrities. A beautiful aquarium, art gallery, and more also offer tempting possibilities for those who want to have fun and learn.
Senior Activities in Seattle, WA
Those living in Seattle retirement communities have their pick of city-run events and social clubs to enjoy. A program called Lifelong Recreation hosts fitness and social activities for city residents aged 50 and older. From walking groups to ballroom dancing to book-publishing classes, there's a little something for everyone in Seattle's many senior-friendly club offerings. In addition to the Lifelong Recreation program, various community centers and senior centers throughout the city feature robust attendance at frequently-offered classes and programs.