Fellowship Square Tucson

Offers Assisted Living and Independent Living

33 Reviews
8111 East Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85710
Call (800) 385-2527
Fellowship Square Tucson (800) 385-2527

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Assisted Living Reviews for Fellowship Square Tucson

October 19, 2015

By George111905550

I visited this facility

The rooms were quite adequate. Fellowship told me about their services and it sounded pretty good. We walked through a nice garden and went to a very wonderful gym. They have a very fancy restaurant and a bistro. I know some people living there and the staff seemed to be knowledgeable and caring. There is a church next to it too.

September 07, 2015

By Caring112708250

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Fellowship Square is a nice place. We got a lot of extra care that’s provided. My mom is living there. The dining room is very nice. You can have the meals delivered if you can’t go to the dining room. The apartments are pretty nice, simple, and very spacious. They have exercise programs, movie nights, and games. They have their own small gym, a couple of swimming pools, and a spa. They have a sort of family gathering area for barbeques.

October 10, 2014

By Caring95353050

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Fellowship Square was more affordable, but security wasn’t there. Their parking lots were not fenced in or guarded, and there was no security for an elderly going to walk out the building to the parking lot. It’s more like an old apartment complex that’s been made over for elderly care. They have to walk across the grounds to get a meal, and it’s not located in one building. They are charged like an a la carte thing; you are charged for every little thing you need. They have a swimming pool for residents to use. It’s in a part of town known to be dangerous.
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Independent Living Reviews for Fellowship Square Tucson

June 03, 2021

By Michelle NH

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My parents lived there. The room had just been completely update with new carpet, kitchen appliances, and paint. They loved the dining room, linen tablecloth, and individual servers. It felt like going to an expensive restaurant. The food was good, with good choices. My parents loved the small bistro where they could order ice cream or a burger, etc. All of the rooms open to an outside walkway instead of enclosed hallways. Good views and very nice landscaping. I know some areas were just updated and the elevators were replaced. It was a secure area outside of the apartment because of the configuration of the buildings with locked gates at the corners. The staff were helpful and friendly. The security team is always moving around and keeping a eye on the area. They and the office staff were extremely helpful when my mom had a medical emergency. If I lived in Tucson I would be moving in!!

January 28, 2021

By Lou

I am/was a resident of this facility

My wife and I moved into Fellowship Square Tucson and it is wonderful. We are very pleased, and it is the right place for us. The people are very kind. Everyone we talked to told us we'll love it here and we do. The food is great, and my wife says it is fabulous. We're just very pleased. We have a 2-bedroom, 2-baths apartment, and it is the same for everyone. They have so many activities, but we have not participated because we're still getting settled and opening boxes. They take people out once a week for rides up to the mountains, and other places. I cannot be specific because I haven't really studied them, but I hope eventually, my wife and I will take part in some of the activities. They have an inhouse physical therapist, a weight room, exercise room, library, a computer room, and a lot of things. It is beautiful. They keep up the lawns and all the yard. There are four or five units, and each unit has its own swimming pool. It is just great and beautiful. They are a non-profit, a Christian, independent facility, and they have assisted living, too. From the standpoint of price, they are very competitive and that is one of the big reasons we chose them.

August 22, 2019

By Carol

I visited this facility

I went to Fellowship Square Tucson. It was not convenient for me. The bathrooms were very small; I could not get a walker in, but they're putting up new ones by next year, and you have to go outside to get to the main building. We talked about the rooms, and I saw the floor plans, but they did not show it to me. From the office, you could see they had a very nice gathering place in the backyard, they had a very nice atmosphere outside, the lake was nice, and there were people buzzing around. The facilities were very clean and upscale.

July 31, 2018

By Lyn

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Fellowship Square Tucson is well-cared for, they have somebody doing yard maintenance and that kind of thing, so it looks very nice most of the time. My mother-in-law is in the independent living level, and she gets housekeeping services. She's not very happy with the meals, but she's a picky eater. They have cards, movies, a swimming pool, and so on. There's lots of amenities available.

December 26, 2017

By G.D.

I visited this facility

I visited Fellowship Square, and I didn't like it at all. However, the staff who showed us around was very nice. The apartments were dirty and without carpeting, and the elevator was broken. Overall, it was not impressive.

May 31, 2017

By sherry665478

I visited this facility

Fellowship Square Tucson was very clean, and the people are very nice. You get a lot of attention, and there are a lot of activities for someone who's still functional. The only room I was interested in was the studio -- which was quite large -- and it had a dishwasher and a full refrigerator. There's plenty of closet space, so it was quite large for a studio. The staff is just outstanding, very caring, and very friendly. The grounds are beautiful, and they have flowers everywhere. They have orange trees and a swimming pool.

March 30, 2017

By Bill668048

I am/was a resident of this facility

Fellowship Square is very nice. The staff people are very polite and helpful, and they are always interested in your ideas. They are nice people. The room is about 750 sq. ft., and it is very nice. I am still moving in, so I have boxes all over the place. There is a whole bunch of things here. There are about 650 people, 4 buildings, 3 or 4 swimming pools, and all sorts of stuff. The grounds are very attractive, well-planted, and kept up nicely with lots of plants and flowers. It is right in the city, and it has been here for a long time. There are banks and stores all around, so there are lots of opportunities for shopping. They have a private bus service for the residents. The food is quite good, and there is a tremendous amount of variety, much more than I would provide myself. I have no negative comment so far.

February 05, 2017

By Pollyannaish

I am/was a resident of this facility

My wife and I chose to move here one year ago and have no regrets. Not only is it priced reasonably, the food and services are much better than we expected. We both made it a point to become involved in what it has to offer and the adjustment has been easy. I have begun to liken it to living on a cruise ship but with the added benefit of establishing long term friendships. We don't have any maintenance and upkeep chores, we have more activities available than we could possibly attend, there are people here from all walks of life, and management cares about us residents. I am trying to think of something negative to say so I won't sound like a pollyanna. I'm thinking... hmmm... still thinking... Oh, hell, I give up. ????

November 22, 2016

By Anonymous811713

I visited this facility

Fellowship Square was way too pricey for me. The rooms, bedrooms, and open spaces were very large. It was an older building and had a nice parking lot. If I had the money, that was probably the one I would choose. However, I did think they would make special food for certain people.

June 27, 2016

By Joe827722

I visited this facility

Fellowship Square had very nice and well-manicured grounds, nice gardens to walk in, a nice pool, fitness center right on-site with people that help you with training and rehab if you had any operations, the food was pretty good, the apartments were all remodeled and looking nice, and the administrative staff was well informed and been working quite a while with senior citizens so they were very good. What stood out to me is the upkeep of the grounds and that they really care about the property. As soon as you walk into the office, they had everything planned out for the whole week, what time the shuttles were leaving, and what opportunities you can have to go shopping, to a show, or to a casino. It's very nice the way it was set up.

June 10, 2016

By Daniel325261

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I think Fellowship Square is a very good facility from what I’m beginning to understand about it. I haven’t been here very long, but I’m totally independent. They have a place for all kinds of people with different levels of care from assisted to fully independent. I’m in one room now that very nice for me, and everything’s going well. I think the food is very good. I need to be here longer because I’m participating in all aspects of the facilities that they’re able to offer me, like exercises, the pool which has been very helpful, and walking.

September 06, 2015

By Barbara116432850

I am a friend or relative of a resident

They have people on their waiting list all the time. In fact, I've talked to people who are on the waiting list for 15 years, and they got on that early because they knew exactly which unit they wanted. The only thing about Fellowship Square is that their meals are great. My mom lives in the main villas, so she actually lives in the best of the four buildings, and the residents are all very nice. Mom lives by the elevator, so people are coming and going, and they are all very nice to her. Nice residents, and the staff is good, but the only thing wrong with them is maintenance. Their maintenance people -- half of them seem like they don't know what they are doing. They have a full activity schedule. They take people to concerts and events and theater, and they have something going on almost every hour of the day in one of the villas -- they actually have four buildings. They have brain games and chair exercises or yoga or swimming, so the ladies are out at 8 in the morning. They have a lot on their activity schedule, and they do a lot of transportation to various shopping places and so forth. It is surely a pretty good place. But if you want something more luxurious, what they are doing now if the person wants the asbestos beams in the ceiling covered and have the place remodeled, they are basically charging people around $500 a month more for their units. So, they are giving people the option of getting their units upgraded, but the new tenant pays for it, and the rest of the tenants or the ones that come thereafter.

May 15, 2015

By Ray24

I am/was a resident of this facility

My wife and I reside at Fellowship Square Tucson. We just came in about a week ago. This is a non-profit community. We're paying over $700 a month less than we did at our last community. That's the main thing for us. The apartment that we have is bigger in this community. It is a one-bedroom with a living room, kitchen, and bathroom. They have the usual activities like most of the communities. They also have all the amenities like with all the other ones. We have exercise and game playing. We have a library and a computer room. The computer room has about 10 computers compared to the last place, which only had three. They have five swimming pools too, and they're good size pools. The food is very good.

April 27, 2015

By Joann19

I visited this facility

Fellowship Square was very neat and clean, and the grounds were well maintained. The staff was excellent, answered all my questions, and even emailed me a couple of times. The dining room was great, and everyone that I made eye contact with smiled. They have so many activities that they have one calendar for activities and a separate calendar for exercise groups and classes. I thought they were very efficient, caring, and helpful.

November 30, 2014

By Caring102366250

I am/was a resident of this facility

I was in Fellowship Square, which was a specific senior facility. The facilities were quite pleasant. The environment was good, and the landscaping was beautiful. They provided 15 meals a month. My room there was OK. It was a studio apartment, so it was small. It was a friendly and inviting, but it is a rather large community.

October 16, 2014

By Caring93339650

I visited this facility

The staff of Fellowship Square was very professional and they were all very friendly. They seemed to have good social activities for my dad. It was an older facility, but it was clean. They seemed to be able to provide anything that a senior would need as far as transportation and medical needs. It is an old building, and it is a lot of walking distance for the seniors to get from point A to point B, and a lot of it is outdoors, so they have to be in the elements. If it is cold or raining, they still have to walk to the cafeteria.

September 29, 2014

By Darlene20

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mom is a resident of Fellowship Square and it is a wonderful place. Everything has been excellent, and my mother is very pleased. She is in a two-bedroom apartment. It is very affordable and the price is right. Everybody I talk to is pleased with the place, and they told me it is best decision they make. They are happy to be there, nobody has any complaints. It is amazing! The dinner is excellent. They treat you very nicely. They have an elegant dining room. They are nice, open, and they offer a lot of stuff. It has four swimming pools and lots of activities like exercise. She's very happy there and she didn't want to move.

August 27, 2013

By Don16

I visited this facility

Fellowship Square Tucson is the one that I'm leaning towards right now. In fact, I even have a deposit there. It is well located in town. I very much like their amenities and their accommodations. Their apartments are very large. They also have a nice garden area. I also like that they have a limited number of meals. When you get to my age, somebody in their 80s, you don't need three big meals a day.

June 25, 2013

By Mariane1

I visited this facility

If and when my husband and I decided to go to a retirement community, we will go to Fellowship Square. It used to be an apartment house. The rooms are much larger than the other places. The staff was nice. They had swimming pools and other activities.

June 15, 2013

By Tom22

I visited this facility

I definitely recommend Fellowship Square to others. It was located near a hospital. The apartments were spacious. The only drawback we saw was that you had to walk quite a distance to eat.

May 07, 2012

By Wagg2

I am a current client of this provider

Price, size, location. AvailabiliTy, food Activities , transportation, population

September 26, 2011

By Emmyrose


This is a large facility with 600 units. There are 52 assisted units. It is 4 stories. The building and graounds are nice and well maintained. The assisted units are studio and one bedroom with all utilities includong phone and cable. They have partial kitchens in the studios and some one bedrooms have full. All are handicapped equipped with emergency lights. They offer daily tidy service and housekeeping and laundry weekly. The inner decor is very nice. They have a fitness room, library,computer room, beauty salon, activities room, and two dining rooms. One is formal. The assisted living are offered three meals and snacks daily. The menu is restaurant style with 4 entrees for lunch and dinner with a large variety. The food is very good. They have a private dining area for personal parties and meals. They do two levels of care independent and assisted as well as respite is offered. There is a lifestyle worker who assesses each reside for their care. They have an LPN on duty during week and on call. They have med technicians and certified caregivers. They do transport for appointments. There is an enclosed courtyard in the middle of facility with fountains, shrubs, rose gardens, walking trails, sitting areas, and large patio. They have a shuffle board area, purring greens, and 2 pools. One is very large, full size with fountains and decoration. They have a great activities department. There is a fitness class, bingo, other games, rootbeer socials, live entertainment, and parties. They go on outings for shopping and other events. This is really nice and the staff very good and caring.
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Services and Amenities of Fellowship Square Tucson


  • All Inclusive Rent
  • Assisted Living Starting At: $2400/month
  • Independent Living Starting At: $1380/month

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We Do Not Offer Companion Suites
  • Studio Apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals


  • Resident Transportation
  • Resident Parking
  • Pool

Cleaning services

  • Laundry For Linens
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry For Clothing

Health services

  • Medication Management
  • Physical Therapy


  • Offsite Activities
  • Religious Services
  • Fitness Room

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  • Financial Guidance Extra: Fellowship Square Tucson Is A Resort Style Community Set On 22 Acres, And Offering A Full Range Of Social, Cultural And Wellness Programs. Daily Activities Include Aqua Therapy, Fitness Classes, , Wii Games, Bingo, Card Games, Bible Studies, Religious Ser

Guest services

  • Guests At Mealtime


  • Diabetic


  • English


  • Resident Capacity: 900
  • Minimum Age: 62
  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed

Range of services

  • Physical Therapy


  • State Licenses: AL7747C
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About Fellowship Square Tucson

Our goal is to provide every resident with a wide array of lifestyle choices which meet or exceed your expectations. We understand that peace of mind is a key reason for choosing a retirement community and offer independent living and assisted living services for a carefree lifestyle without the worries of home maintenance and household chores—enjoy the benefits of a luxury resort-style, senior living community. Operating since 2001, we keep our promise to provide affordable housing while also delivering great value. Our customers are our top priority and it shows in our actions.

Fellowship Square attracts a diversity of residents who are interested in sharing their life experiences, enjoying one another and being a part of a community. Residents value the safety and security they feel living in a community that not only cares for its residents, but also cares about them.

What Makes Us Special

Fellowship Square-Tucson is a resort-style community set on 22 acres, and offering a full range of social, cultural and wellness programs. Daily activities include aqua therapy, fitness classes, , Wii games, bingo, card games, Bible studies, religious services, educational presentations, musical entertainment, dances, computer classes, outings to cultural and sporting events and physical therapy. Residents enjoy our lush landscaping and spectacular mountain views all year long. Everyday they enjoy a variety of service amenities provided by our dedicated and caring staff. You will find many options at Fellowship Square such as studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments in a wide variety of floor plans.

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