4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Hillsborough County, Florida

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Freedom Plaza Sun City Center

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1010 American Eagle Blvd., Sun City Center, FL ...
"Freedom Plaza at Sun City Center was beautiful. We're in Florida, so it's hot, but their facilities were all indoors. Everything was in one building and you never have to go outside if you don't..." More

St. Joseph's John Knox Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4100 E. Fletcher Ave, Tampa, FL 33613
"I had a good visit at St. Joseph's John Knox Village, it was a nice place. The apartments were not furnished and you have to bring your own furniture, but it was nice and roomy. However, I was..." More

University Village FL

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
12401 N. 22nd St., Tampa, FL 33612
"I was most impressed with University Village FL. It's a much more modern, newer, and larger facility. The rooms are very spacious and have a TV in each room, but it's more expensive. The people..." More

Canterbury Tower

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3501 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa, FL 33629
"Canterbury Tower is beautiful. It also has a beautiful setting. It's quite nice. We had lunch there and the food is excellent. Their rooms are not that large, but the staff there is nice and..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Hillsborough
  • Review of University Village FL

    We visited University Village and planning to move there. It's very nice. I would say that it's deluxe retirement. They have amenities for their residents and nice apartments as well as homes that ... Read more

    Anonymous
  • Review of Freedom Plaza Sun City Center

    I was very impressed with the independent living at Freedom Plaza Sun City Center. The people that showed me around did a good job explaining stuff. It was a beautiful building. There were a lot of... Read more

    Jerry
  • Review of Freedom Plaza Sun City Center

    Freedom Plaza at Sun City Center was beautiful. We're in Florida, so it's hot, but their facilities were all indoors. Everything was in one building and you never have to go outside if you don't wa... Read more

    Mary
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