New City Supportive Living brings affordable senior living in what used to be a historic landmark in Chicago, Illinois. Previously a Goldblatt’s Department Store, the community now brings assisted living to seniors 65+. With downtown Chicago less than 10 miles from the community, there are a variety of activities nearby like beaches, museums, shopping, and restaurants.
On warm days, relax on the rooftop terrace while soaking up the sun. Feel the warmth from the fireplace in the cozy lobby. Seniors can maintain physical well-being in the exercise room. Then, they can pamper themselves to a day at the on-site beauty salon. Without leaving the community seniors have access to items they may need at the on-site general store.
Certified caregivers provide round-the-clock care to seniors. Two hospitals are nearby the community with the closest being within 5 miles. Beyond that, feel at ease knowing your loved one has access to an on-site medical clinic. Additionally, the community is secured around the clock. Residents have living options of studio, one-, or two-bedroom apartments. Each includes a kitchenette and an alert system in case of emergencies. Medicaid may be accepted. With pops of color throughout the community, live among the charming ambience of New...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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.
A Place for Mom has scored New City Supportive Living with 0 out of 10 using our proprietary review score based on 1 review in the last 2 years. Over all time, New City Supportive Living has 2 reviews with an average "overall experience" of 3.5 out of 5.
New city was a nice community and huge. The staff were nice during the tour.
A case of “ you can’t judge a book by its cover.” The area is on a culdesac close to a busy retail area. The Supportive facility ‘s exterior (housed in the historic old Goldblatt building) is unremarkable. However the interior is lovely and ADA compliant . Everything was beautiful and the only area I felt needed Developement was the rooftop area where I’d wanted to see more greenery since there isn’t an outdoor garden. That said, my standard for not putting my parents anywhere I wouldn’t live were met. [Name removed] the Director of Marketing was excellent, residents know and chat with her. I saw a diverse population of residents playing cards. I also encountered a couple of women who provide wellness programs exiting that had good things to say. My ONLY concern is how long my mom could stay there given her memory issues. My sister and I acknowledge that one day her needs may have them live apart.
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To reach a resident at New City Supportive Living call: (773) 376-1223
1bd, 2bd, Semi-Private
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