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There are 13 independent living communities in Plano, TX and 30 independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in Plano, TX is $2,366 per month.
Sunrise of Plano is a full-service senior community offering a range of lifestyle options. Located minutes from Dallas, we’re close to dining, shopping, and cultural venues.
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Independent living is just that, you live independently enjoying the company of your friends and neighbors while we provide the convenience of restaurant-style dining, housekeeping, laundry, transportation services and much more. We believe you have earned the right to a…
Meet Overture, a refreshing new approach to apartment living for the quintessential sophisticate. Here, you’ll find a fashionable and thoughtfully appointed active adult community that speaks to your sharp style. Explore more than 16,000 square feet of signature amenities, from…
It is our community’s timeless style and the desire of our staff to fulfill a residents’ every needs which make The Conservatory at Plano the retirement community of choice for many seniors.
At Preston Place, you’ll discover a sophisticated retirement community with a beautiful combination of first-class amenities and upscale apartment living — all with no large upfront entrance fee. You’ll feel right at home in the Plano area you already love,…
The median cost of independent living in Plano for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,366/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|Atria Canyon Creek||$2,795/month|
|Solstice Senior Living at Plano||$1,995/month|
|The Conservatory at Plano||$2,795/month|
|Christian Care Senior Living Community – Allen||Allen||$2,200/month|
|Corinthians Retirement Community||Carrollton||$2,000/month|
|Emerson On Harvest Hill||Dallas||$1,895/month|
|Lakeview at Josey Ranch||Carrollton||$2,575/month|
|Larkspur at Twin Creeks||Allen||$1,470/month|
|MacArthur Hills Senior Living||Irving||$3,575/month|
|Parkview in Allen||Allen||$2,424/month|
|The Cottages at Golden Acres||Dallas||$950/month|
|The El Dorado||Richardson||$1,699/month|
|The Reserve at North Dallas||Dallas||$2,025/month|
|Watermere at Frisco||Frisco||$1,810/month|
The Waterford at Plano is one that offers quality living for both the active senior and the senior who needs some assistance to retain their quality of life.This facility works hard to provide the quality of care for those who need assistance on a daily basis or just part time.Read more The Waterford at Plano reviews
The Waterford in Plano is an assisted living community offering studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments conveniently located. When you walk in, you will notice a warm, friendly environment, and will find they have licensed 24 hour care, assistance with medication, and nutritious meals. Every time I have visite...Read more The Waterford at Plano reviews
When touring this community I was first attracted to the excellent customer service from the staff. I was offered refreshments and invited to stay for dinner too. This great service extended to the residents and they seem to have a good connection with the staff as well. The care is also good and the care team seems mo...Read more The Waterford at Plano reviews
The Waterford of Plano is a great and safe place for seniors. There is shopping center, restaurants and even a fishing stream in close proximity to the center. The center is clean and smells fresh in the main gathering area. The office staff is nice. They are very patient and thorough when caring for the residents. T...Read more The Waterford at Plano reviews
The Waterford at Plano was nice and the staff was very nice. It didn't have quite as many activities as the other communities. We weren't impressed with the size of the apartments. They didn't have any exercise rooms, and the activities seemed to be good, but not comparable to other communities. They have a community a...Read more The Waterford at Plano reviews
Located only a few miles northeast of downtown Dallas, Plano stands out as an all-American city with plenty of sights and attractions to to see. It’s also a great place for active seniors to enjoy the best years of their lives, thanks to a variety of Plano independent living opportunities. From its beginnings in the early 1840s, Plano has blossomed from a relatively small hamlet to a major city with nearly 270,000 residents. Today, Plano isn’t just a home away from home for Dallas residents – it’s also home to a number of corporate entities, including Frito-Lay, J.C. Penney and Capital One.
For those who want to get the most out of Plano independent living, there are plenty of sights to see and special events to enjoy. Choice destinations include Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve, Heritage Farmstead Museum and the Interurban Railway Museum. Historic downtown Plano and the Shops at Legacy also offer a variety of dining and shopping opportunities, while the Courses at Watters Creek give seniors a chance to perfect their golfing form. Active seniors are also only a short distance away from the many activities that Dallas has to offer.
Seniors enjoying Plano independent living can also participate in a variety of activities hosted by the city’s two senior centers. The Wellness Center for Older Adults and the Plano Senior Recreation Center offer a variety of events, activities and resources to help active seniors stay healthy, happy and connected with others. The Wellness Center for Older Adults offers free medical screenings as well as clinical counseling and other health-related services that are specifically geared toward senior residents.
The city of Plano is served by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano and the Medical Center of Plano, as well as several other regional hospitals and small clinics. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano offers joint replacement and vascular services to seniors enjoying Plano independent living. Located in the very heart of the city, the Medical Center of Plano features a Level 2 trauma center and a comprehensive cancer treatment center, as well as a staff capable of caring for the needs of senior residents.
Active seniors enjoying Plano independent living will also be pleasantly surprised by the city’s public transportation network. The Dallas Area Rapid Transit serves the city of Plano along with 11 other suburban areas surrounding Dallas. DART’s bus and light rail transport offers excellent accessibility for seniors and others with disabilities, with discounts available for those who qualify. DART provides on-call paratransit service for those who are limited by certain mobility issues. Those who qualify for paratransit service can also use other DART bus and light rail services at no additional cost.
Plano independent living offers all that active seniors could ask for. With plenty of recreation, shopping and dining opportunities, as well as the convenience of nearby Dallas and other surrounding areas, Plano is great place to spend one’s golden years.
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