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Assisted Living Facilities in Rochester, NY

Cobbs Hill Manor

1175 Monroe Avenue, Rochester, New York 14620

Monroe County

License #: AF0742A

Capacity: 118 people

Phone #: (585) 851-8696

Seniorfirst Assisted Living at Valley Manor

1530 East Avenue, Rochester, New York 14610

Monroe County

License #: AF0685A

Capacity: 13 people

Phone #: (585) 770-1953

The Hamlet at Park Ridge

1471 Long Pond Road, Rochester, New York 14626

Monroe County

License #: AF0540A

Capacity: 66 people

Phone #: (585) 723-7820

Crimson Ridge Meadows

3 Treeline Drive, Rochester, New York 14612

Monroe County

License #: AF0604B

Capacity: 52 people

Phone #: (585) 720-9330

Crimson Ridge Gardens

1 Treeline Drive, Rochester, New York 14612

Monroe County

License #: AF0467B

Capacity: 52 people

Phone #: (585) 720-9310

Grandeville Senior Living Community

555 Maiden Lane, Rochester, New York 14616

Monroe County

License #: AF0504B

Capacity: 140 people

Phone #: (585) 621-6160

Shire Senior Living Assisted Living Program

2515 Culver Road, Rochester, New York 14609

Monroe County

License #: AF0554B

Capacity: 200 people

Phone #: (585) 467-4544

Wolk Manor Enriched Living Center

4000 Summit Circle Drive, Rochester, New York 14618

Monroe County

License #: AF0561A

Capacity: 85 people

Phone #: (585) 442-1950

Family Srvs/Rochester EHP1 Danforth Towers East

140 West Avenue, Rochester, New York 14611

Monroe County

License #: AF0494A

Capacity: 28 people

Phone #: (585) 436-9462

Family Srvs/Rochester EHP2 Jonathan Child Project

399 Colvin Avenue, Rochester, New York 14611

Monroe County

License #: AF0495A

Capacity: 30 people

Phone #: (585) 436-9462

Seabury Woods

110 Dalaker Drive, Rochester, New York 14624

Monroe County

License #: AF0593A

Capacity: 85 people

Phone #: (585) 426-4950

The Landing of Brighton

1350 Westfall Road, Rochester, New York 14618

Monroe County

License #: AF0716A

Capacity: 121 people

Phone #: (585) 295-1852

Family Srvs/Rochester EHP3 Hudson-Ridge Towers

401 Seneca Manor Drive, Rochester, New York 14621

Monroe County

License #: AF0496A

Capacity: 47 people

Phone #: (585) 266-5610

Legacy at Cranberry Landing

300 Cranberry Landing Drive, Rochester, New York 14609

Monroe County

License #: AF0724A

Capacity: 78 people

Phone #: (585) 244-3630

Rochester Presbyterian Home

256 Thurston Road, Rochester, New York 14619

Monroe County

License #: AF0547A

Capacity: 102 people

Phone #: (585) 235-9100

Greece Long Pond Senior Housing

1 GBC Parkway, Rochester, New York 14626

Monroe County

License #: AF0734A

Capacity: 30 people

Phone #: (585) 227-3007

Brookdale West Side Rochester

1404 Long Pond Road, Rochester, New York 14626

Monroe County

License #: AF0576C

Capacity: 72 people

Phone #: (585) 225-7210

Atria Greece

150 Towngate Road, Rochester, New York 14626

Monroe County

License #: AF0551B

Capacity: 79 people

Phone #: (585) 225-3010

Senior Living in Rochester, New York

Rochester, New York is located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario in Monroe County. The current resident population of Rochester is 210,565. There is a 15% population of seniors currently living in Rochester, New York, of which 37% of seniors live alone. 2,568 of seniors in Rochester are working jobs while 15% are Veterans. 49% of seniors currently live with their family; while 60% are homeowners with 40% renters. There are currently 15+ Assisted Living Facilities in Rochester with monthly costs ranging from $4,136 to $5,558. Known for several of the region's universities, Rochester encompasses renowned research programs coining it as the site of many important inventions and innovations in consumer products.

Senior Living in Rochester as your new retirement home brings a wealth of special and exciting things to do during your stay.

  • If you've got grandchildren, the Strong National Museum of Play Toy and game exhibits for kids of all ages presents a historic, interactive look at toys and games, from video-game exhibits to a walk down "Sesame Street."
  • If you’re into having fun the Sea Breeze Amusement Park, it offers thrills for all of your family at its historic fun park, known as the 4th-oldest American amusement park since 1879.
  • For Rochester seniors visiting museums, the George Eastman Museum presents its collection of photos and film in a large 1905 mansion. This Photography and film collection is located in a Colonial Revival mansion with a theater for rare screenings.
  • For the Rochester elderly who enjoy animals, the Seneca Park Zoo, a 19th-century park with an African safari is now considered a Veteran zoo with native and exotic animals, including an African safari tour with lions and elephants.
  • While you’re there, the Rochester Museum and Science Center Exhibits and Shows is a great place to explore Earth and Space. With its 3-floor learning center with hands-on kids' exhibits and a planetarium featuring films and star shows, you’ll find it a great place to bring your grandkids.
  • Next, the Susan B. Anthony House Museum dedicated to the civil rights hero, features artifacts and materials displayed in Susan B. Anthony's former home and site of her 1872 arrest.
  • If you love viewing phenomenal art, you don’t want to miss the Memorial Art Gallery which features historic medieval art to 20th-century sculpture in its sprawling collection. From medieval to contemporary works, with paintings by Rembrandt and Monet it’s a sure winner for the senior art enthusiast.
  • And for Rochester seniors who only prefer to take a long walk through the park, the Highland Park will give you a serene retreat with arboretum and gardens, complete with spring-blooming flowers and trees lined in its 150-acre park with a castle, sunken garden and amphitheater.
  • Next, seniors living in Rochester who enjoy golfing may want to check out Durand Eastman Park. With its Hills, valleys and golf course along Lake Ontario, this park encompasses trails that wind over rolling terrain at this lakeside park. Its featured golf course and arboretum makes Rochester a place for retirees to recline and retreat.

There is still so much more to see for seniors in Rochester, come to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and interesting city filled with loads of exciting things to do!

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