Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Saint Petersburg, Florida

Westminster Shores

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
125 56th Avenue South, Saint Petersburg, FL 33705
"Westminster Shores was spectacular but out of our reach. Its cost was off the chart, but it was an absolutely gorgeous place. If I won the lottery, I would live there. The dining area was very..." More

Westminster Suncoast

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
6909 Dr. Mlk Street South, Saint Petersburg, FL...
"Westminster Suncoast was very nice with lovely villas that you can park your car in front of, big spacious rooms, but quite expensive. They have good amenities and activities." More


Freedom Square

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
7800 Liberty Ln., Seminole, FL 33772
"My husband and I are thinking ahead about a continuing care community that will keep you to the end. At this point we are looking into Independent Living units and we like much about this one. It..." More


Lake Seminole Square

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8333 Seminole Blvd, Seminole, FL 33772
"The facilities are beautiful, with views everywhere of Lake Seminole. It is a buy-in community with additional monthly fees that (for two people) could be anywhere from $3500 and up, depending on..." More

The Palms of Largo

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
300 Lake Avenue NE, Largo, FL 33771
"The Palms of Largo was like a hotel resort. It was furnished and gorgeous. They had big aquariums with tropical fished and the residents could sit and watch. Each resident has their own bedroom but..." 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 Saint Petersburg
  • Review of Lake Seminole Square

    When I went to visit the facility to see my grandparents I was impressed. The building is huge with four floors and four separate wings. The inside of the place is state of the art since it is a ... Read more

  • Review of Lake Seminole Square

    The staff was so friendly and the other residents all seemed so happy. The grounds were beautiful and to top it off there is this gorgeous water fountain on the property. It was a very relaxed and ... Read more

  • Review of Lake Seminole Square

    I had a very nice visit at Lake Seminole Square and I enjoyed it very much. The facility was excellent. I saw the rooms and their dining area and they were very nice. Everyone was very friendly. Th... Read more

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