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Alma Rangel Gardens NY Foundation EHP#7

55 West 137th Street, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10037

New York County

License #: AF0594A

Capacity: 42 people

Phone #: (917) 507-1108

Atria West 86

333 West 86th Street, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10024

New York County

License #: AF0675B

Capacity: 189 people

Phone #: (212) 712-0200

Carnegie East House

1844 Second Avenue, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10128

New York County

License #: AF0598B

Capacity: 112 people

Phone #: (212) 360-2275

Frederic Fleming Residence

443-445 West 22nd Street, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10011

New York County

License #: AF0249A

Capacity: 47 people

Phone #: (212) 242-5277

Lott Assisted Living Residence

1261 Fifth Avenue, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10029

New York County

License #: AF0234B

Capacity: 131 people

Phone #: (212) 534-6464

NY Found-Sr Citizens EHP#2 Brown Gardens

225 East 93rd Street, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10128

New York County

License #: AF0339A

Capacity: 47 people

Phone #: (212) 369-5523

NY Found-Sr Citizens EHP#3

1850 Second Avenue, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10128

New York County

License #: AF0340A

Capacity: 30 people

Phone #: (212) 369-5523

NY Found-Sr Citizens EHP#4 Ridge Street Gardens

80-92 Ridge Street, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10002

New York County

License #: AF0341A

Capacity: 47 people

Phone #: (212) 598-4148

NY Found-Sr Citizens EHP#5 Clinton Gardens

404-412 W. 54 St.- Clinton Gardens, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10019

New York County

License #: AF0336A

Capacity: 47 people

Phone #: (212) 489-9339

The 80th Street Residence

430 East 80th Street, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10075

New York County

License #: AF0242B

Capacity: 70 people

Phone #: (212) 717-8888

VillageCare at 46 and Ten

510 West 46th Street, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10036

New York County

License #: AF0423A

Capacity: 80 people

Phone #: (212) 977-4600

West Seventy-Fourth Street Home

300 Amsterdam Avenue, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10023

New York County

License #: AF0433A

Capacity: 95 people

Phone #: (212) 595-8983

West Side Federation For Senior and Supportive Housing

109 West 129th Street, New York City (Manhattan), New York 10027

New York County

License #: AF0368B

Capacity: 99 people

Phone #: (212) 348-8513

Senior Living in New York City, New York

New York City is the most populous city in the United States, with an estimated 8,550,450 people living in the city. 12% of the New York City's population are seniors. 31% of seniors in New York City are living independently without other family members, while 81% live with their families. 43% of the senior populations are homeowners and 57% are renters. There are 148,957 seniors who still have a job in New York City and 10% of seniors living in New York are Veterans. Currently, there are 10+ Assisted Living Facilities located in New York City with state median monthly costs for last year beginning at $4,136. Costs are expected to increase to $5,558 by 2026.

Demographics show that New York City is a large and diverse metropolitan area. New York is the largest city in the US and possesses a long international immigration history. New York City welcomes many nations of people and is termed a “melting pot” because of its rich immigrant neighborhoods located on the Lower East Side. There are more than 800 languages that people speak in New York which makes it the most linguistically diverse city in the world.

Home to many businesses and shopping attractions, there are many exciting things for seniors to do while living in New York City, New York:

  • While you’re here, come to visit Central Park known for its bold historic hand-carved horses on the carousel - the carousel is one of the largest in the country.
  • There is also the Empire State Building, a 103-story landmark building that contains observatories and an Iconic, art deco office tower.
  • A state landmark, The Statue of Liberty, is known as an American icon in New York Harbor.
  • For New York City seniors who would love to have a very interesting tour at a nearby museum, the Iconic National Monument, which opened in 1886, offers guided tours of museum and city views.
  • If you’re into art, you’d love the Metropolitan Museum of Art featuring a World-class art collection and grand setting for one of the world's greatest collections of art, from ancient to contemporary.
  • Elderly New Yorkers will also enjoy the Museum of Modern Art, complete with World-class sculpture, art and design along with works from van Gogh to Warhol and beyond, plus a sculpture garden, 2 cafes and The Modern restaurant.
  • There is always more to do for seniors in this large diverse city! Check out Rockefeller Center, an enormous Midtown business complex, famous for its TV studios, plus a seasonal ice rink and giant Christmas tree.
  • Another great attraction for New York City senior citizens is the American Museum of Natural History. Come to study this historic museum of natural wonders. From dinosaurs to outer space, this huge museum showcases natural wonders.
  • You also don’t want to miss Top of The Rock, a Rockefeller Center Observatory on top of Rockefeller Center. This large center is complete with an ocean-liner style design, offering city views.
  • New York City also celebrates its rich history and diversity by its creation of immigrant locales such as Chinatown and Little Italy. New York City seniors can come to these towns to enjoy walking, shopping, and history.
  • There is also the National September 11 Memorial and Museum commemorating September 11 victims. This memorial and museum is complete with a Plaza, pools and exhibits honoring victims of 1993 and 2001 WTC terrorist attacks. It has free timed admission during certain hours.
  • Older New Yorkers can also check out the Grand Central Terminal, known as an Architectural landmark and transit hub as well as a large train station. Known for its grand facade and main concourse, it also offers shops and dining.
  • Then, of course, there is Ellis Island, a rich history museum, and monument known as the gateway for over 12 million immigrants coming into the United States. It is and has always been the nation's busiest immigrant checking place for more than sixty years since 1892.

This is just a small list of things to do for seniors living in New York City, New York! There is so much more to discover! If you are a senior who enjoys city life and prefers to retire amongst diversity, great food, and a host of wonderful events and attractions, then you’ll love New York City. provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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