Fellowship Square Brown and Center
35 West Brown Road Mesa AZ 85201
Everything has been planned to make living at Fellowship Square a pleasant experience. We have 415 residential apartments designed for independent living with 10 floor plans ranging from studios to deluxe two bedroom apartments. Our assisted living community offers studio and one-bedroom apartments. Private and companion suites are featured in memory support.
All Fellowship Square residents are able to avoid many of the day-to-day costs that strain a fixed income, such as escalating property taxes and most utility bills. In addition, our services and amenities can help to eliminate many other expenses, including the expense associated with owning and driving a car, preparing meals, and maintaining a home. And with a commitment to our residents long-term care, such as options for home health, assisted living and memory support, Fellowship Square is a truly invaluable long-term solution.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
Not A Connected Building
I did not like this community. You have to go outside to go to the dining room and the laundry room. The apartment was fine and looked nice. The tour guide was was excellent and she did nothing wrong. The available...
So very Glad I Moved Here!
I am so very glad I moved here to Fellowship Square Brown and Center. It is well organized, they have a lot to offer their residents and the Staff as well as the other residents are all very nice. The staff...
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