7 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Alameda County, CA


Oakmont of Cardinal Point

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2431 Mariner Square Drive, Alameda, CA 94501
"Oakmont of Cardinal Point was really nice, like a fancy hotel. The place felt light, airy, and calm. They had a lobby, dining room, library, café/bar, game room, and exercise room. The amenities..." More

Stoneridge Creek

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3300 Stoneridge Creek Way, Pleasanton, CA 94588
"Stoneridge Creek is large. It has about 900 units, with single family residents and apartments. It's high-end, expensive, and well-done. There were lots of really nice landscaping. They have bocce..." More

Acacia Creek

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
34400 Mission Boulevard, Union City, CA 94587
"We visited Acacia Creek. The tour was exceptionally well done. They had a large memory care program." More

St. Paul's Towers

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
100 Bay Pl, Oakland, CA 94610
"When we moved my mother from Arizona to Oakland so that she could be closer to us, we looked at numerous continuing care communities in the Bay Area before deciding on St. Paul's. However, while..." More

Grand Lake Gardens

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
401 Santa Clara Avenue, Oakland, CA 94610
"We chose Grand Lake Gardens because of the price and availability. The staff was very helpful. It looked clean, the amenities were great, and the accommodation was very nice. I looked at a..." More

Piedmont Gardens CCRC

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
110 41st Street, Oakland, CA 94611
"They are awesome! " More

Carlton Plaza - San Leandro

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1000 E 14Th Street, San Leandro, CA 94577
"My mom was in Carlton Plaza, and it was a nightmare. She was in the memory care ward. I was under the impression that they could handle her under the expertise of memory care/dementia, but it..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Alameda

  • Review of Oakmont of Cardinal Point

    Oakmont of Cardinal Point was really nice, like a fancy hotel. The place felt light, airy, and calm. They had a lobby, dining room, library, café/bar, game room, and exercise room. The amenities lo... Read more

  • Review of Grand Lake Gardens

    Grand Lake Gardens felt like it was in a shady area on a hillside. There wasn't a lot of access to the sun. I didn't like the decor inside nor the service in the dining room, but the food was fine.... Read more

  • Review of St. Paul's Towers

    St. Paul's Towers was a very pleasant place. It had excellent staff and excellent food service. It had many amenities, including a large library, two craft rooms, multiple meeting rooms, and an exe... Read more


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