Cortona Park

150 Cortona Way Brentwood CA 94513

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When you join our community in Brentwood, Calif., one of the most affluent areas in Los Angeles, we’ll surround you with upscale residential beauty and the most plush comforts and conveniences you can find in assisted living. Our assisted living lifestyle provides all the independence you want and a helping hand when you need it. We can get you started, perhaps in bathing, dressing or managing medications. Then we step out of the way of your daily living. But you’ll still have peace of mind knowing our staff is on-site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

You can stay active as much — or as little — as you prefer. Our full activity calendar includes cards and board games, billiards, fitness for your body and brain, movie nights, swimming, dance parties, live music, frequent outings and more.

We offer the same comfort and relaxation you’d find in your own home, with a cozy living room, elegant dining room and other little home-like common areas perfect for visiting with friends and neighbors. Step outside to enjoy the perfect weather in the exquisite courtyard with its ornate fountain.

Amenities include:
•Pet friendly
•24-hour security system
•Concierge service
•Library
•Café/bistro
•Beauty/barber shop
•Theater

Moving into a new home can be daunting, and we’re here to help. You’ll first choose the apartment that best fits your needs. We offer one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, all with large windows to let in abundant natural light. Bring your own furniture, photos and cherished keepsakes to decorate your apartment in your own unmistakable style.

Pricing at Cortona Park

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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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 Cortona Park

3.9 of 5 Average rating
18 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(11) A Place For Mom
(7) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Good Independent Living Facility, Poor Assisted Living Care

    My mother was a resident of Cortona Park for 7 years 3 months. She entered Cortona as independent living and enjoyed her beautiful apartment, staff, food, and the friends she made along the way. Things changed after she lived there just about a year when she fell in the bathroom and severely shattered her leg. Upon her return after 3 months in skilled nursing rehabilitation she required max point care giving which moved her her from independent to assisted living. In the 7 years she was in Cortona the facility had excessive staff turnover; 3 executive directors came and went, at least 250 caregivers and kitchen workers, and a half dozen Chefs. In that period the one constant has been the LVN medical director, which I believe has been the driver of constant attrition of caregivers who are underpaid, overextended, poorly trained and mis managed . The sad part is that Cortona has hired some really excellent people along the way, most unfortunately don't stay. After 7 years we had to move my 95 year old mother into skilled nursing because 2 new & inexperienced Cortona caregivers dropped my mother on the floor while attempting to get her into the shower, breaking her good leg and reinjuring the leg she broke 6 years earlier; two broken legs. She will be in bed the reminder of her lifetime because of our experience at Cortona Park. My observations are based on my daily presence in Cortona over the 7 years.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Good Independent Living Facility, Poor Assisted Living Care

    My mother was a resident of Cortona Park for 7 years 3 months. She entered Cortona as independent living and enjoyed her beautiful apartment, staff, food, and the friends she made along the way. Things changed after she lived there just about a year when she fell in the bathroom and severely shattered her leg. Upon her return after 3 months in skilled nursing rehabilitation she required max point care giving which moved her her from independent to assisted living. In the 7 years she was in Cortona the facility had excessive staff turnover; 3 executive directors came and went, at least 250 caregivers and kitchen workers, and a half dozen Chefs. In that period the one constant has been the LVN medical director, which I believe has been the driver of constant attrition of caregivers who are underpaid, overextended, poorly trained and mis managed . The sad part is that Cortona has hired some really excellent people along the way, most unfortunately don't stay. After 7 years we had to move my 95 year old mother into skilled nursing because 2 new & inexperienced Cortona caregivers dropped my mother on the floor while attempting to get her into the shower, breaking her good leg and reinjuring the leg she broke 6 years earlier; two broken legs. She will be in bed the reminder of her lifetime because of our experience at Cortona Park. My observations are based on my daily presence in Cortona over the 7 years.

  • Great for independent Living, not so good for Assisted Living

    My mother was a resident of Cortona Park for 7 years 3 months. She entered Cortona as independent living and enjoyed her beautiful apartment, staff, food, and the friends she made along the way. Things changed after she lived there just about a year when she fell in the bathroom and severely shattered her leg. Upon her return after 3 months in skilled nursing rehabilitation she required max point care giving which moved her her from independent to assisted living. In the 7 years she was in Cortona the facility had excessive staff turnover; 3 executive directors came and went, at least 250 caregivers and kitchen workers, and a half dozen Chefs. In that period the one constant has been the LVN medical director, which I believe has been the driver of constant attrition of caregivers who are underpaid, overextended, poorly trained and mis managed . The sad part is that Cortona has hired some really excellent people along the way, most unfortunately don't stay. After 7 years we had to move my 95 year old mother into skilled nursing because 2 new & inexperienced Cortona caregivers dropped my mother on the floor while attempting to get her into the shower, breaking her good leg and reinjuring the leg she broke 6 years earlier; two broken legs. She will be in bed the reminder of her lifetime because of our experience at Cortona Park. My observations are based on my daily presence in Cortona over the 7 years.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Great for independent Living, not so good for Assisted Living

    My mother was a resident of Cortona Park for 7 years 3 months. She entered Cortona as independent living and enjoyed her beautiful apartment, staff, food, and the friends she made along the way. Things changed after she lived there just about a year when she fell in the bathroom and severely shattered her leg. Upon her return after 3 months in skilled nursing rehabilitation she required max point care giving which moved her her from independent to assisted living. In the 7 years she was in Cortona the facility had excessive staff turnover; 3 executive directors came and went, at least 250 caregivers and kitchen workers, and a half dozen Chefs. In that period the one constant has been the LVN medical director, which I believe has been the driver of constant attrition of caregivers who are underpaid, overextended, poorly trained and mis managed . The sad part is that Cortona has hired some really excellent people along the way, most unfortunately don't stay. After 7 years we had to move my 95 year old mother into skilled nursing because 2 new & inexperienced Cortona caregivers dropped my mother on the floor while attempting to get her into the shower, breaking her good leg and reinjuring the leg she broke 6 years earlier; two broken legs. She will be in bed the reminder of her lifetime because of our experience at Cortona Park. My observations are based on my daily presence in Cortona over the 7 years.

  • Feeling good about my Mom moving to Cortona Park

    My mother has been living at Cortona Park for around 3 months. It took time to find new doctors and follow thru with appointments. The staff at Cortona Park were and are very understanding and helpful thru the process. Staff has found a balance between encouragement to participate in activities and understanding the transition process of relocating far from er home. I have confidence that my mother will continue to make new friends and participate in more events as time goes on. The caregivers are great. They have a joy about giving assistance and not being forceful. The med techs are wonderful. The professionalism and attention to detail assures safety. It is a big relief to be able to count of professionals to take care of my Mom's medications. The procedures are in place and followed so nothing falls thru the cracks.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Feeling good about my Mom moving to Cortona Park

    My mother has been living at Cortona Park for around 3 months. It took time to find new doctors and follow thru with appointments. The staff at Cortona Park were and are very understanding and helpful thru the process. Staff has found a balance between encouragement to participate in activities and understanding the transition process of relocating far from er home. I have confidence that my mother will continue to make new friends and participate in more events as time goes on. The caregivers are great. They have a joy about giving assistance and not being forceful. The med techs are wonderful. The professionalism and attention to detail assures safety. It is a big relief to be able to count of professionals to take care of my Mom's medications. The procedures are in place and followed so nothing falls thru the cracks.

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Community Details at Cortona Park

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    • Cortona Park Amenities

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

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Cortona Park

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      • Assisted Living
      • Independent Living
      • Memory Care
      • Nursing Home
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      • Home Care
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