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Brookdale White Chapel

200 E. Village Road, Newark, Delaware 19711

New Castle County

Capacity: 132 people

Phone #: (800) 304-5948

Churchman Village

4949 Ogletown-Stanton Road, Newark, Delaware 19713

New Castle County

License #: 85025

Capacity: 101 people

Phone #: (888) 895-1295

Jeanne Jugan Residence

185 Salem Church Road, Newark, Delaware 19713

New Castle County

License #: 08A006

Capacity: 40 people

Phone #: (800) 286-0203

Millcroft

255 Possum Park Road, Newark, Delaware 19711

New Castle County

License #: 85021

Capacity: 110 people

Phone #: (800) 303-5357

Millcroft Assisted Living

255 Possum Park Rd., Newark, Delaware 19711

New Castle County

Capacity: 36 people

Phone #: (800) 295-1532

Newark Manor Nursing Home

254 West Main Street, Newark, Delaware 19711

New Castle County

License #: 08A020

Capacity: 67 people

Phone #: (800) 304-5948

Somerford House

501 South Harmony Road, Newark, Delaware 19713

New Castle County

Capacity: 72 people

Phone #: (888) 895-1295

Somerford Place

4175 Ogletown-Stanton Road, Newark, Delaware 19713

New Castle County

Capacity: 52 people

Phone #: (800) 286-0203

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Senior Living in Newark, Delaware

Newark, DE began as a city with rich soil, harvesting wheat, corn, and vegetables which were made plentiful and available to everyone. When the active local market and country crossroads soon became recognizable, the official city of Newark was born. Today, its population is an outstanding 279,793 native residents of whom 9% are senior citizens. Assisted Living Centers in Newark have an initial monthly cost of $2500.

Newark presents a great conglomerate of shopping, recreation, events and activities for seniors and their families.

  • Downtown Newark blends its eclectic business and restaurants to create a diverse experience for not only tourists and visitors but also its native residents. People can experience its historic landmarks and cultural destinations for an exciting and enlivening experience.
  • Christiana Mall offers native residents is expansive stores and shopping area for all your gift buying and personal shopping needs.
  • The Glasgow Park is an excellent place for Newark seniors to spend time with family and enjoy quiet times with those they love. Come to stroll through its peaceful grasslands and enjoy its 2.75 miles paved walking path. The Glasgow Park also houses a basketball and tennis court and 4 pavilions. Restrooms and free electricity are also included in your pavilion rental. It is an excellent place for special events such as walks, 5K runs and so much more. You may contact the staff at New Castle County Parks Permits office at 302.395.5606.
  • The Newark Reservoir is another scenic beauty in Newark where the elderly may enjoy a peaceful walk through its serene grassland area. Completed in 2006, it also features its 1.8-mile paved walking trail on its scenic Reservoir located north of downtown Newark.
  • The Delaware Welcome Center Travel Plaza is a great place to discover more special things to do during your time in Newark; it is a great resource for other recreation, events, and activities that you may engage during your retirement. Stop by to discover your many vast options.
  • The Bob Carpenter Center is a 5,000 seat arena and stadium located on the campus of the University of Delaware and is the primary location for concerts, banquets, convocations and basketball and volleyball tournaments. It also features an Ice Skating Science Development Center at the Rust Ice Arena as well as an outdoor swimming pool. It is a good place to see the latest sporting events with friends and family.
  • The REP Theatre, located on the campus of the University of Delaware, is the place to see latest live plays, films, and theatrical performances. The REP works to engage its audiences with exceptional and professional productions of all types, including specialty plays and performances; the artists utilize a variety of styles and creative techniques that are distinguished by the quality of their script, their virtuosity in performance and their power of theatrical experiences.

The expansive city of Newark presents these resources, commodities and so much more! If you’re seeking a place with superior quality of entertainment, activities, and recreations, you’ll enjoy your retirement in Newark, DE - an exciting place to call home.

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Senior Apartments in Newark, DE