Retirement Communities In Tucson

Dated: 02/26/2017

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Tucson has over 15 independent living communities available. That’s not to include our many options for those looking for a more care-centered, dependent environment. Here’s a few of our retirement communities and their key features that set them apart!


Mountain Trace Terrace - This is a 62+ independent living community, fully gated and pet friendly! All of their apartments are also equipped with emergency pull cords in case you ever need help and nobody is around. This is a great complex for independent adult living!


Atria Valley Manor - This community is all about the scenery and convenience! With amenities like a 24 hour cafe, scheduled local transportation, emergency call system, and 24 hour awake staff, you’ll have it all here. These beautiful, pet friendly garden homes are located across 5 fully landscaped acres.


Cascades of Tucson - This highly awarded senior lifestyle community is a great choice if you want all your activities near by! On-site, they have a beauty salon, fitness center, golf course, movie theater, computer room, library, and so much more! Their vast array of staff includes speech, occupational and physical therapists, a dentist, podiatrist and more.


Broadway Proper Retirement Community - Located near St. Joseph’s, these apartment homes are great for retirees with frequent medical needs. Free parking, meals, satellite tv and wifi are included. Some other services offered are housekeeping, grocery shopping, laundry service and in-home care if necessary.


Here’s a couple of more care-centered options that are good for situations where you or your loved one need more one on one attention and medical care.


Kozzy Kare Assisted Living - Their big focus is on treating its residents as one of their own and encouraging family participation. With 24 hour staff and nurses, doctors, and therapists on call, residents are in caring hands at Kozzy Kare.


Aslan’s Home - Here, they pride themselves on being pioneers in the assisted living community. This tight-knit community offers several activities onsite and nearby offsite. Hospice and respite are also available for different stages of care.


Still not sure Tucson is the right place for you? See our Blog on “Why you should retire in Tucson" or check out this Tucson Retiree’s thoughts.  Also,A Place for Mom is a great website for retirement community searching and lists many more communities not covered by this article. Are you interested in communities just outside of Tucson? See our blog covering "Retirement Communities in the outskirts of Tucson".



Robin Willis

Hi. I’m Robin Willis. I started working in real estate in 2005, but had previously worked in the mortgage industry and found that was a great environment to learn about real estate transactions an....

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