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There are 33 independent living communities in Seattle, WA and 30 independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in Seattle, WA is $2,453 per month.
Located conveniently near downtown Seattle, residents at Northgate Plaza can enjoy a relaxing lifestyle with access to big city amenities such as dining, healthcare and recreation.
Located just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Seattle, Brookdale West Seattle is the ideal senior living community for independent and assisted living.
Brookdale Queen Anne offers downtown living close to social events, dining, shopping and medical care, allowing residents to take advantage of all Seattle has to offer.
Whether you find solace in our indoor pool and spa, or the versatility of the common areas, The Reserve has everything you need to be right at home. Explore our many feature and amenities and see what the Reserve at…
Empress Senior Living at Laurelhurst, Grand Opening Fall of 2021 in North East Seattle! Imagine an elegant new community for seniors situated in a European-Style neighborhood, with quaint shopping, beautiful tree-lined streets, and established family residences. Welcome to Empress Senior…
Welcome to The Savoy at Lake City! The Savoy at Lake City is located in north Seattle, The Savoy Lake City was designed for those 55+ years old. We have focused our design and amenity selection around those with busy…
Ideally located within walking distance of stores, bistros, movie theaters and the public library, University House Wallingford offers accommodations and services for assisted living.
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.
Every day at Daystar Retirement Village is filled with opportunities that inspire and activities that delight. We provide the very best in both independent and assisted living.
Located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, this new community will be ideally located near multiple restaurants, coffee shops and the famous Ballard Locks. We offer private apartments with generous living spaces and a choice of floor plans. Bring your…
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 higher monthly fee. Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis.
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.
Village Cove is located in Seattle, minutes from Green Lake and plentiful lakeside green spaces, and easily accessible via Interstate 5. Tucked between the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, Seattle sits on Puget Sound's eastern shore, offering seniors beautiful views, world-class…
Welcome to Esperanza Apartments! Esperanza Apartments is a lovely affordable community for older adults (age 55 and older). The community is located just off the Light Rail in Seattle. Our modern, one-bedroom aparments are conveniently located next to parks, community…
Welcome to Parkshore Retirement Community! Welcome to Parkshore – Seattle’s only 62+ community where you can wake every morning to panoramic views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier! Located in beautiful Madison Park – Parkshore is a unique gem known…
Welcome to Viewpoint Apartment Homes! Our brand new community features dramatic Studio, 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans with contemporary appointed interiors. Our homes are smoke free, pet friendly and offer priceless views of Puget Sound. Our community is conveniently…
Welcome to Northaven Retirement Apts! Northaven Senior Living provides low income and affordable housing for people seeking an independent living and or an assisted living community. Ideally located near Northgate Shopping Center, you have access to shops, restaurants and many…
Welcome to Kawabe Memorial House! Kawabe House is located at 221 18th Ave South, in Seattle’s Central District.The mission of Kawabe Memorial House is to provide quality, secure and affordable housing with culturally sensitive programs and services. We are located…
The median cost of independent living in Seattle for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,453/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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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. There is a new program ...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. The staff and quality of care is excep...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. Inside the building, there are plenty of sitting areas...Read more The Lakeshore reviews
Good location, the team here is very attentive to the needs of the residents, and will make sure they are well taken care of. Long standing very prestigious group of residents here to have intellectual conversations with. Parking is a bit of a challenge for a visitor.Read more University House Wallingford reviews
Situated between Lake Washington to the east and an inlet of the Pacific Ocean to the west, Seattle is a major coastal city, with a population that makes it the largest city in the Northwest region of the United States. The city boasts of a thriving economy that is driven by a mix of old-age industrial businesses and newer industries involved in technology and services. Seattle enjoys temperate weather with mild winters and dry summers. Being a major hub, Seattle independent living options have the best of both worlds: convenience of city living as well as the tranquility of being part of a quiet and close-knit community.
Seattle has more than its fair share of attractions to keep anyone busy during the day and world-class dining options and cultural events to entertain anyone during the night. For example, seniors can go to Seattle Center and enjoy a wide range of activities. The iconic Space Needle that offers panoramic 360 degree view of the Seattle area is wheelchair accessible. For science and culture buffs, a tour of the Pacific Science Center is in order; while those who dig concerts and events can come and watch something that suits their fancy at KeyArena, McCaw Hall, SIFF Cinema or Seattle Repertory theatre. Additionally, nature-loving seniors residing in Seattle independent living centers have their choice of parks and gardens, such as Discovery Park, Green Lake Park and Lincoln Park.
Seniors in Seattle independent living centers can participate in Lifelong Recreation, a program organized by Seattle Parks and Recreation Board for people aged 50 years and up. The program includes a wide range of activities that change with each season. During fall, seniors may sign-up to join activities like bird walks, tandem biking, field trips, botanical art, and African dance. Winter activities, on the other hand, include zumba, yoga, field trips, and pottery. Additionally, they also organize sports events like Northwest Senior Games, lawn bowling and softball.
The Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens provides assistance and information for those who care for seniors as well as seniors themselves. An employment resource center provides training referrals, career information and job search guidance for those residents who are 55 years of age or older. There are a number of senior centers scattered throughout the metro area that offer enrichment classes, field trips, educational opportunities and other resources.
In terms of medical facilities, Seattle independent living seniors can take advantage of the best tools and skills the country has to offer. The city has 3 of the top-ranked hospitals in Washington, namely: University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, and Virginia Mason Medical Center. These top-ranking hospitals offer the best medical services in specialties like cancer, neurology and neurosurgery, pulmonology, geriatrics, nephrology, orthopedics, rehabilitation, and many others. Additionally, these medical centers are recipients of many awards, and their physicians are among the best in their area of specialty.
Seattle’s main modes of public transportation are buses and mass transits operated by two agencies – Sound Transit and King County Metro Transit. The government has also rolled out a bicycle program, which makes it possible for cyclists to travel safely on a bike using the city’s bike maps and facilities. Seniors with limited mobility may also take advantage of government-initiated transportation programs like Metro’s ADA Paratransit Program and Access Transportation Service. Moreover, many Seattle independent living centers have their own fleet of transportation for senior activities, medical appointments, and events.
With all the trappings evident in most economic hubs like Seattle, the sense of community is still very palpable. That’s why it’s truly no wonder why many seniors across America choose Seattle independent living center as their home of choice. After all, with buzzing city scenes as well as mind-stimulating and scenic attractions, Seattle makes an awesome place for adventures and recreations.
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