Senior Living Cost Information

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This chart offers examples of our senior apartment floor plans, their sizes and features, and the starting rate for each room type. Final pricing is determined after completing a resident assessment of care needs.

Senior Living Cost Comparisons by Room Type

Room Type Features Size Base Rate*
Studio 1
  • Bay window
  • Private bath with shower
  • Under-counter refrigerator
277-404 ft² Starting at $3675-3875
Studio Deluxe
  • Bay window or slider with patio
  • Private bath with shower
  • Kitchenette
516 ft² Starting at $4000-4050
One Bedroom
  • Bay window or slider with patio
  • Private bath with shower
  • Kitchenette
516 ft² Starting at $4000-4050
One Bedroom Deluxe
  • Bay window and slider or two bay windows
  • Private bath and shower
  • Kitchenette
  • Walk-in closet
576 ft² Starting at $4300-4350

(Includes price of care)
  • Bay window
  • Private bath
  • Neighborhood set-up
275 ft² Starting at $4950-5300

$2,000 Entry Fee

*Plus additional level of care, determined following a full resident assessment of care needs. Spouses sharing an apartment may receive discount.

Compare the costs of living at home with the costs of living at an assisted living facility with continuing care by using the monthly budget comparison worksheet.

Contact us for more information about room type availability and your specific needs.

Private Pay & Insurance Information

Good healthcare costs money. With this in mind, we understand that each individual has specific financial barriers and concerns throughout different stages of their journey. As a state licensed assisted living facility, we are generally private pay.

Some of our residents have planned ahead by securing a long term care insurance policy, which can have a wide range of coverage depending on the policy. If you have a long term care insurance policy, please call your insurance carrier for specific details about the coverage under your policy.

Financial Assistance Resources

Other programs may offer some financial assistance, including *Veteran’s Benefits. Assisted living services may also be tax deductible, so see your tax accountant for more information.

*For more information about Veteran’s Benefits please visit: Veteranaid.org.