3 Assisted Living Facilities, Senior Care Homes and Senior Living Communities
355 Pelham Road, New Rochelle, New York 10805
License #: AF0618A
Capacity: 150 people
Phone #: (914) 636-6565
41 Lockwood Ave., New Rochelle, New York 10801
License #: AF0331B
Capacity: 250 people
Phone #: (914) 576-1202
In the southeast area of New York, the seventh largest city in New York rests in Westchester County and is called the “New Rochelle”. New Rochelle was named by its migrant immigrants of La Rochelle, France on their migration to the U.S. and was thus termed, the “New Rochelle”. New Rochelle is currently comprised of 73,260 residents. New Rochelle is considered to be one of the best cities for seniors in New York and the absolute best place to live and raise a family as well. Out of New Rochelle’s 73,260 residents, 15% are Senior Citizens. 30% of those seniors live alone while 58% live with their family. Currently, there are 37% of seniors who are renting their home in New Rochelle. 2,387 of New Rochelle’s residence of seniors are working jobs while 18% are Veterans. There are currently 3 Assisted Living Facilities in New Rochelle with monthly costs ranging from $4,136 to $5,558.
For seniors who want to make New Rochelle their hometown, there are many great things to do every day that you live here.
Seniors living in New Rochelle, NY will never run out of exciting things to do and explore in the city, from its beautiful and convenient Hudson Park and Beach to its Fun Fuzion Zone, the New Roc n Bowl; there’s always more to experience! If you’re a senior who is the adventurous type, you’ll want to try the Sky Zone Trampoline Park, deemed a “Fun way to blow off some steam” and packed with Trampolines, games, entertainment and so much more.
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