7 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Alameda, CA

1 Continuing Care Retirement Community in Alameda, CA

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Oakmont of Cardinal Point

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2431 Mariner Square Drive, Alameda, CA 94501
"I was very impressed with Cardinal Point at Mariner Square. The buy-in was OK, but the monthly rent was a little steeper than what I feel I can handle at this time. It looked wonderful and very..." More

6 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Alameda, CA

Lake Park Retirement Residence

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1850 Alice Street, Oakland, CA 95612
"Lake Park is a nice place, it's been renovated, and the apartments are big. However, I'm not sure I want to live on the 6th floor, or the 8th floor. The food is lovely, and the staff is fine...." More

St. Paul's Towers

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
100 Bay Pl, Oakland, CA 94610
"(I wrote this for ST. Paul's under another category, probably "assisted living". My experience with parents there has been very positive.) This is an excellent facility offering independent..." 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
"I recently visited this community and was disappointed that their was not outside access for my Mother from her assited living appartment, and I had trouble finding a parking spot to tour, and was..." More

Carlton Plaza - San Leandro

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1000 E 14Th Street, San Leandro, CA 94577
"This assisted living facility is in a large and quite fancy building, near the downtown area"”and easy for visitors to get to, although not a super beautiful location. The food is good, but..." More

San Francisco Towers

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1661 Pine Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
"I saw some rooms at San Francisco Towers. It looked like someone had moved out, and they were getting ready to sell it so they had it all redone for that. What we found is that the age difference..." 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

    Keela
  • Review of Oakmont of Cardinal Point

    We liked the location of Cardinal Point because it's in Alameda. The facility looks nice. The sales lady that we talked to was really nice, competent, and answered all of our questions. It was a pr... Read more

    Gary635583
  • Review of Oakmont of Cardinal Point

    I was very impressed with Cardinal Point at Mariner Square. The buy-in was OK, but the monthly rent was a little steeper than what I feel I can handle at this time. It looked wonderful and very ple... Read more

    Caring106570850

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