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There are 24 independent living communities in Houston, TX and 28 independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in Houston, TX is $2,294 per month.
Sitting close to local shopping, dining and medical services, Tarrytowne Estates offers a variety of amenities and services designed to provide an all-inclusive retirement experience.
Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, The Gardens at Spring Shadows offers seniors a pleasant retirement community that caters to their independence.
At Brookdale Willowbrook Park, our staff is dedicated to your enjoyment of an independent, engaged lifestyle that enables you to be socially active and maintain optimal health.
The Brookdale Memorial City is a superb choice for active seniors seeking an upscale community that offers resort-style living in a convenient location in far northwest Houston.
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Two blocks west of the Royal Oaks Country Club with easy access to Beltway 8, The Abbey at Westminster Plaza is a luxury community nestled on 8 acres of landscaped grounds.
Adjacent to Cypress Fairbanks Hospital and a few minutes’ drive from Jones Square Shopping Center, Brookdale Cy-Fair combines a convenient location with quality senior care.
Founded in 1975, St. Dominic Village is a faith-based, non-profit, continuing care retirement community dedicated to Caring for Our Elders with the Compassion of Christ. St. Dominic Village is a member of the Texas Medical Center and a ministry of…
Welcome to a retirement community rich in history — a place where solid Christian values and principles meet the genteel warmth of a gracious and well-deserved lifestyle. Situated on 20 wooded acres of Houston land, and featuring pristine facilities arrayed…
Located across from quaint Tanglewood Park in Houston’s west side, the area surrounding the Anthology of Tanglewood is as beautiful and charming as the community itself. Enjoy quick access to essential amenities and services as well as luxury spas, championship…
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The Solana Preserve Vintage Park is a brand-new apartment retirement community presenting an excellent opportunity for seniors to enjoy independent in vibrant Houston, Texas
Opening Spring 2017 The Village of River Oaks offers a convenient location inside the loop on S. Shepherd Drive in the River Oaks area of Houston, close to shopping, restaurants, the Theater District and Fine Arts. Here, residents will enjoy…
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blinds so our residents are able to let in some natural light. We make sure to provide residents with three home-style meals that are prepared daily and served in our dining room. We also make sure to provide residents with…
Experience the warmth, elegance, and opportunities that await you at RELux Luxury Senior Community at Westchase district, a brand new HOTEL style senior independent living located near the Sam Houston Tollway and Interstate 59. RELux is dedicated to creating a…
A luxury high rise located in the heart of Houston, The Forum at Memorial Woods offers every level of care, spectacular views and all the amenities you could ask for.
Announcing the renaissance of this long standing Houston landmark, our community has undergone a substantial expansion and renovation to become Houston’s Premier senior living community – newly renamed Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor. Our plan included a 14-story high-rise with…
The median cost of independent living in Houston for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,294/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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They have excellent, hands on management. They have excellent food, and they aren't stingy with providing good portions. Their chef has been working there over 13 years and it has the best food in town, in regards to senior communities. The on-duty nurse knows every resident well, which is a huge plus.Read more Atria Westchase reviews
The Atria Westchase is a great facility. This is a facility that understands the importance of good customer service. When I arrived, I was greeted by a very professional, upbeat, and friendly staff member who made me feel that I was a priority. The facility was clean and well kept. There were no signs of visible t...Read more Atria Westchase reviews
The Atria is clean, modern, and nicely decorated for a comfortable feeling like home. Most of the staff seems attentive and engaged. I would recommend this facility to people I know based on the caring, compassion, and general knowledge that the staff exhibited while I was on site. Overall this facility seems to be pea...Read more Atria Westchase reviews
Atria Westchase gives you a southern country feel upon arrival. Once inside you you will be greeted warmly from the staff. The caregivers were constantly working and caring for the residents. The staff gave warm smiles and work peacefully among themselves. The residents were happily engaged with their daily routines ...Read more Atria Westchase reviews
I have toured the new memory care community and the property is state of the art, first class. The newest and the greatest technology is available but has a feeling of home. The property is secured with a guard at the front gate and the directions to all of the buildings are visible.Read more Eagle's Trace reviews
Houston, Texas, is the fourth largest city in America. Although it is not the state capital, it is the largest city in the State of Texas. The city was founded on the banks of the Buffalo Bayou and named after former Texas governor, Sam Houston, who was instrumental in bringing Texas into the union. Houston enjoys a humid subtropical climate. Showers and afternoon thunderstorms are common in summer time, but Houston is lucky to avoid the swarms of tornadoes that plague the rest of Texas. As of 2012, the city had a population of just over 2 million. This translates to a population density of 3,300 people, similar to Denver, Colorado or San Diego, California. The cost of living in Houston is approximately 20 percent less than that of New York City, with a Consumer Price Index of $79.99.
Among the city’s many attractions is its proximity to the seaside. Galveston, on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, is only a one-hour drive away. Diagonally across Trinity Bay lies Moody National Wildlife Refuge. With Houston Space Center on their doorstep, seniors considering Houston independent living need not worry about excuses for getting the grandchildren to visit. At the city center is Houston Zoo, where visitors from the age of 7 onward have the opportunity to spend the night in Houston Zoo for “Wild Winks.” There is a wealth of museums, great shopping, three professional sports teams and no shortage of arts and culture.
This is a city that takes good care of its Houston independent living seniors. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department runs a number of senior classes, crafts and recreation programs for citizens 55 years of age and older. Apart from field trips or other special programs, most activities are free and held at community centers throughout the metropolitan area. Programs include fitness and walking clubs, computer classes held at local libraries, craft exhibitions, senior Olympics and special holiday events.
As the Baby Boomer generation of individuals born between 1945 and 1965 reaches retirement age, the senior population is growing rapidly. Add to that the fact that people are enjoying longer, active lives, access to top quality medical facilities is an important consideration for Houston independent living. Located in the heart of Houston, Texas Medical Center is the world’s largest health care institutions with one of the highest densities of clinical facilities. It houses 15 hospitals, four nursing schools, three medical schools, two specialty institutions in addition to schools of pharmacy, dentistry, public health and related institutions. Altogether, TMC is home to 50 not-for-profit medical institutions.
Ease of getting around town is an integral aspect of Houston independent living. The metropolitan area is traversed by two interstate highways, I-45, which runs north/south, and I-10, running east/west. Public transportation is run by the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO). METRO Solutions offers a comprehensive transit plan includes contributions from bus and rail, roads and bike trails. The plan was crafted by a great deal of input from the travelling public. Of particular interest to seniors and to individuals with restricted mobility is METROLIFT, a paratransit service designed in accordance with the 1990 Americans With Disability ACT (ADA) and operated for the benefit of individuals who are unable to board, travel or disembark from a regular fixed-route bus service.
The climate is warm and comfortable and the cost of living is manageable. There is plenty to keep this population occupied in their retirement, from natural attractions like the Gulf of Mexico and nearby nature reserves to sports, shopping and outstanding cultural amenities. There is a wealth of community activities catering specifically to this age group, world class medical facilities and convenient transportation links. Houston independent living has everything the active senior could need.
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