Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Scottsdale, Arizona

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Vi at Silverstone

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
23005 North 74th Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85255
"Vi at Silverstone is extraordinary and wonderful. The residents are from every state of the union, extremely well-travelled, well-educated, interesting, and cordial people. The place itself offers..." More

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Vi at Grayhawk

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
7501 East Thompson Peak Parkway, Scottsdale, AZ...
"We looked at the villas at Vi at Grayhawk which were free-standing homes. The place was extremely well maintained, and it was top of the line. It had an 8-hole putting green course, outdoor pools,..." More

Westminster Village AZ

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
12000 N. 90th. St, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
"Westminster Village has both independent living and assisted living there. I like this community; however, there's a waiting list. Nevertheless, it is in a great location for my mother because it..." More

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Pueblo Norte Senior Living Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
7090 East Mescal Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
"Pueblo Norte is a very nice progressive retirement community with independent living to assisted living to full care, if needed. My parents are in a two-bedroom independent living apartment, so..." More

Friendship Village Tempe

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2645 E. Southern Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85282
"My mom was in skilled nursing at Friendship Village about two and a half years ago. It is an extremely nice place, and I would love to see her in their assisted living, but it is really expensive...." More

Terraces

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
7550 N 16Th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85020

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Scottsdale
  • Review of Vi at Grayhawk

    Grayhawk is close to where we live and we have looked at it for a couple of years partly because we have some friends who have moved there. It's very well-run and it's within the business community... Read more

    Marjorie10
  • Review of Vi at Grayhawk

    The people at Vi at Grayhawk are wonderful, knowledgeable, and straightforward in everything. The apartments are beautiful, and it is one of the best I have seen anywhere. As for activities, they h... Read more

    Helen108585250
  • Review of Vi at Grayhawk

    I am living at Vi at Grayhawk, and I really like the facility I am in. The room that I have is very good. I am happy in this facility, but I am a little unhappy with the way they charged me because... Read more

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