6 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Houston, TX


The Buckingham

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8580 Woodway, Houston, TX 77063
"The Buckingham is probably the premier place, but they're quite expensive and require you to buy your apartment. They have a flexible meal plan which we like. The thing I don't like about them is..." More

Eagle's Trace

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
14703 Eagle Vista Dr., Houston, TX 77077
"We liked Eagle’s Trace quite a bit. It was very nice. The size of the room depends on whether you’re living in an apartment or in memory care which is just one room and a bathroom, but they’re..." More

Brazos Towers

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4141 South Braeswood, Houston, TX 77025
"Announcing the renaissance of this long standing Houston landmark, our community has undergone a substantial expansion and renovation to become Houston’s Premier senior living community – newly..." More

Parkway Place

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1321 Park Bayou Dr, Houston, TX 77077
"Parkway Place was absolutely beautiful, and I could live there very easily, but I thought they're high priced. They offer 2 meals a day, and you get to choose which 2 you want. " More

The Hallmark Senior Living

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4718 Hallmark Drive, Houston, TX 77056
"Hallmark was clean and well-organized. It was excellent. If I were going to move, that's where I would move. The woman who took us through was outstanding. Everything was in beautiful order. The..." More

University Place Nursing Center

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
7480 Beechnut Street, Houston, TX 77074
"University Place is a wonderful place for my father. The people there were very kind and attentive. It is better care that you're going to get at than any other place. " More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Houston

  • Review of University Place Nursing Center

    I was at University Place Senior Living, affiliated with Memorial Hospital Southwest. It was fine. I took my meals to my apartment or I just cooked myself. Their activities were not so good and the... Read more

  • Review of The Hallmark Senior Living

    If you are considering the Hallmark, in downtown Houston TX, a word of advice: have a lawyer read the fine print first. The Hallmark did not turn out to be a continuing-care community in the way ou... Read more

  • Review of The Buckingham

    The Buckingham is probably the premier place, but they're quite expensive and require you to buy your apartment. They have a flexible meal plan which we like. The thing I don't like about them is i... Read more


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