Aston Gardens at Tampa Bay

12951 W Linebaugh Ave Tampa FL 33626

866-465-5993

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All Aston Gardens communities are ideally located in residential settings surrounded by lakes, gardens or golf courses. Lush landscaping, beautiful walking paths and gazebos are trademarks of an Aston Gardens community. A dedicated administrative staff, a first class concierge and a Director of Activities uphold our philosophy to provide quality service. Aston Gardens communities offer unparalleled amenities such as a wellness program and a well-rounded activities calendar. A complimentary "continental plus" breakfast is served six days a week and an executive chef is on staff. Scheduled transportation to appointments and entertainment, weekly housekeeping and most utilities are included in the monthly fee. These are just some of the many reasons why our Residents chose Aston Gardens.

Pricing at Aston Gardens at Tampa Bay

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*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.

Reviews of Aston Gardens at Tampa Bay

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  • Unacceptable Living Conditions in Independent Living Apartment

    My parents moved into the Independent Living Facility a few years ago. At the time, I could smell what I believed to be mold in the apartment. I asked the representative at the facility if there was mold in the apartment and I was told no. I continued to smell mold but my parents could not. I thought I was just more sensitive to it. In late summer and going into the fall of 2017, I noticed a significant decline in my parents’ health. I asked the assistant executive director to have the apartment tested for mold. She had a company come in and take several samples throughout the apartment. She said she would give us a copy of the report. We never got a copy of the report. Both she and the company representative said that there was no mold in the apartment and the apartment was safe for my parents. Despite repeated requests, they continued to tell us that we did not need the report because the apartment was fine and refused to give it to us. In May 2018, I saw what I believed to be visible mold growing on every wall in the second bedroom of their apartment. I reported the problem to management, but the executive director, assistant executive director, and the manager of the maintenance personnel did not come down to the apartment to investigate the problem. They simply sent one of the maintenance personnel down to bleach the walls and tried to blame my parents for the mold and/or mildew growing in the apartment. I moved my parents out. As I was moving their belongings out, I found that the carpet in the closet in the bedroom was damp and the carpet was stained/discolored around the perimeter of the room. It appeared that there was water coming into the building. When it was clear that the issue was not going to be investigated or remediated properly, I contacted the corporate office. As of this post, despite repeated phone calls to corporate, no one will call back to inform us as to what exactly was growing on the walls and how/if it is going to be properly remediated. I have also found out from employees at the facility that the executive director at the time and the assistant executive director never got the report from the company that came in and tested the apartment back in the fall. Employees also told me at the time that there is another apartment in that building that has mold in it and there is another building at the facility that had mold in the past. I am posting this review because I am concerned about the health and well-being of the other elderly people living at this campus and others who may be considering moving here. I do not recommend moving here or moving your loved ones here.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Unacceptable Living Conditions in Independent Living Apartment

    My parents moved into the Independent Living Facility a few years ago. At the time, I could smell what I believed to be mold in the apartment. I asked the representative at the facility if there was mold in the apartment and I was told no. I continued to smell mold but my parents could not. I thought I was just more sensitive to it. In late summer and going into the fall of 2017, I noticed a significant decline in my parents’ health. I asked the assistant executive director to have the apartment tested for mold. She had a company come in and take several samples throughout the apartment. She said she would give us a copy of the report. We never got a copy of the report. Both she and the company representative said that there was no mold in the apartment and the apartment was safe for my parents. Despite repeated requests, they continued to tell us that we did not need the report because the apartment was fine and refused to give it to us. In May 2018, I saw what I believed to be visible mold growing on every wall in the second bedroom of their apartment. I reported the problem to management, but the executive director, assistant executive director, and the manager of the maintenance personnel did not come down to the apartment to investigate the problem. They simply sent one of the maintenance personnel down to bleach the walls and tried to blame my parents for the mold and/or mildew growing in the apartment. I moved my parents out. As I was moving their belongings out, I found that the carpet in the closet in the bedroom was damp and the carpet was stained/discolored around the perimeter of the room. It appeared that there was water coming into the building. When it was clear that the issue was not going to be investigated or remediated properly, I contacted the corporate office. As of this post, despite repeated phone calls to corporate, no one will call back to inform us as to what exactly was growing on the walls and how/if it is going to be properly remediated. I have also found out from employees at the facility that the executive director at the time and the assistant executive director never got the report from the company that came in and tested the apartment back in the fall. Employees also told me at the time that there is another apartment in that building that has mold in it and there is another building at the facility that had mold in the past. I am posting this review because I am concerned about the health and well-being of the other elderly people living at this campus and others who may be considering moving here. I do not recommend moving here or moving your loved ones here.

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    • Aston Gardens at Tampa Bay Amenities

      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
      • Kosher
      • Activities Onsite
      • Outdoor Common Areas
      • Vegetarian
      • Meals Provided
      • Devotional Services Offsite

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      • Assisted Living
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