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There are 12 independent living communities in San Diego, CA and 23 independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in San Diego, CA is $3,784 per month.
Located in sunny San Diego, The Arbors Assisted Living Community works to provide seniors with the confidence and care they need to live a full and active life.
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At Belmont Village of Sabre Springs, seniors live amongst distinctive interiors and enjoy signature programs in hospitality and dining while receiving care from responsive staff.
Reminiscent of a boutique hotel, The Patrician offers spacious accommodations that are fully equipped as well as resort-style services that overlook no details. Our community has a central theme of parks and gardens that is mirrored by the adjacent Doyle…
Conveniently located near San Diego University, residents who choose Atria Collwood get more than just a place to live, they get a family of caring friends and neighbors.
The Remington Club offers luxury independent and assisted living within the exclusive Rancho Bernardo community, as well as outpatient therapy and skilled nursing services.
Nestled in the thriving Bankers Hill neighborhood, Merrill Gardens at Bankers Hill is a luxury retirement community providing high-quality independent and assisted living options.
Retirement living at St. Paul's Manor can be as leisurely or active as you desire, and our retirement community makes it easy to enjoy life at whatever pace you prefer.
Say hello to your 35-acre front yard overlooking scenic Mission Bay and the Pacific Ocean when joining the Wesley Palms, an independent, assisted living and memory care community.
The median cost of independent living in San Diego for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,784/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Atria La Jolla||$3,887/month|
|The Remington Club||$3,500/month|
|Belmont Village Cardiff by the Sea||Cardiff By The Sea||$4,800/month|
|Coronado Retirement Village||Coronado||$3,000/month|
|Fairwinds - Ivey Ranch||Oceanside||$3,375/month|
|Felicita Vida Senior Living||Escondido||$3,395/month|
|Fredericka Manor||Chula Vista||$2,688/month|
|Grossmont Gardens||La Mesa||$2,959/month|
|Lantern Crest Senior Living||Santee||$3,800/month|
|Las Villas De Carlsbad||Carlsbad||$3,224/month|
|Pacific Pointe Retirement||Chula Vista||$1,695/month|
|Pacifica Senior Living Vista||Vista||$3,145/month|
|Paradise Village||National City||$3,360/month|
|Silvergate San Marcos||San Marcos||$3,300/month|
|Solstice Senior Living at El Cajon||El Cajon||$2,850/month|
|The Springs of Escondido||Escondido||$2,649/month|
|Waterford Terrace Retirement Community||La Mesa||$2,445/month|
|Westmont Town Court||Escondido||$2,545/month|
|White Sands La Jolla||La Jolla||$4,942/month|
The Remington Club is located in a most desirable location as residents can walk to a retail center consisting of a Starbucks, grocery store, pharmacy, and several restaurants. Remington does provide several levels of care and has very recently gone through a facelift to make it's appearance more inviting. The staff ...Read more The Remington Club reviews
Remington Club is located in an upbeat community within walking distance of Von's grocery store, Starbucks, and Carver's Steak house.Although there are many services/businesses within walking distance of this assisted/independent living facility, most of what is needed fro residents to have a peaceful and comfortab...Read more The Remington Club reviews
Remington Club was a prestigious place in Rancho Bernardo, which is a retirement community in San Diego. It had the normal services, very good food, and looked like a nice place. It was a good visit experience. They had lots of things to do. The Remington Club has been around for at least five years and has a more esta...Read more The Remington Club reviews
This is a very warm and family-like facility. When I entered this facility, I was greeted by a resident who was friendly and energetic. I was also later greeted by the person at the front lobby. The staff were friendly and professional; however, a couple of the workers appeared to be very occupied during my visit. ...Read more Atria Collwood reviews
Atria Collwood was a lovely place with a lovely staff. They picked my mom up to her van. The only problem was her inability to transfer. There was beautiful, peaceful garden. We would have to have a physical therapist come there, and they didn’t have facilities that the other facility was saw offers. The staff was wond...Read more Atria Collwood reviews
San Diego, a coastal city located on the Pacific Ocean, is the second largest city in the state of California and the eighth largest in the United States. It is located just over the border with Mexico and is known as the birthplace of California. With a population of 1,322,553, according to 2012 population estimates, San Diego independent living communities as a place to retire are popular for a number of reasons. These include the city’s climate that is mild year round, a plethora of activities and the area’s extensive beaches. In 1542, Juan Cabrillo laid claim to the area for Spain, though the Kumeyaay people were the first group of people to settle there. In 1769, the first European settlers reached San Diego, and in 1821, the city became part of Mexico, which had recently gained its independence. With the admission of California to the United States in 1850 as a result of the Mexican-American War, the city became part of that country as well.
Home to many attractions, San Diego is a city that truly offers something for everyone. Those retirees that live in San Diego independent living communities and who enjoy culture will be pleased with the offerings. The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego offers two convenient locations: one in La Jolla and a branch in the downtown area of Santa Fe Depot. Located in Balboa Park are several museums including the San Diego Museum of Man, the San Diego Natural History Museum and the Museum of Photographic Arts. The Old Globe Theatre is also located there. For sporting fans, the city offers a host of options including the professional football team, the San Diego Chargers and the professional baseball team the San Diego Padres. Shopping opportunities abound. Fashion Valley Center offers upscale stores that are well known as well as a multiplex for relaxation after a shopping trip. An outdoor mall, located in Westfield, the Westfield University Town Center, offers top shopping destinations as well as a skating rink.
Through the city’s Park and Recreation Department, residents of San Diego retirement living communities can enjoy a range of different activities and services. These are designed to enhance the safety, health and security of seniors. With a senior citizen services center office located in the city administration building, eleven community senior center locations scattered conveniently throughout the city, special events and a senior lounge located in Balboa Park and services such as free legal assistance, dances and trips. These Park and Recreation Department program’s give seniors many opportunities to relax, socialize and gain more opportunities for a fulfilling life.
Seniors residing in San Diego independent living communities will be pleased to know they are located close to top medical facilities in the area. UCSD Medical Center is a 531 bed teaching hospital that is ranked highly in four areas that can be of great importance to seniors. These include geriatrics, pulmonology, urology and nephrology. Scripps La Jolla Hospitals and Clinics is a 344 bed hospital that performed more than 11,000 surgeries in the most recent year statistics were reported. With high marks in cardiology, heart surgery, urology, geriatrics, neurology and neurosurgery, this facility has a great deal to offer people living in the area.
Metro Transportation Services provides public transportation options, including light rail and bus, to the people within the city. Residents of San Diego independent living communities can enjoy three lines of light rail service with 53 stations located throughout the city. Buses run 89 fixed routes for the convenience of residents and visitors alike.
San Diego is a energetic city that offers a pleasant climate year round, plenty of engaging activities for people of all ages and a number of convenient options that can be utilized to move about the city. Top notch medical care and senior services make this southern California city an ideal location in which to enjoy retirement.
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