171 4th Avenue, Chula Vista, CA 91910
The Gold Standard of Senior Living can be experienced at Pacific Pointe in Chula Vista, California. We are an independent senior living community offering a positive, enriching living experience. We aim to provide the comfort, care, and leisure you need to live your best life in your golden age.
Our active senior community provides an abundance of things to do near downtown San Diego. Conveniently located near the Living Coast Discovery Center, Chula Vista Heritage Museum, the Memorial Bowl Park, and much more, guests and residents will never be short of new things to do every day!
Within our community, we aim to complement the active lifestyle of every resident. We want occupants to make the most of their living experience with us, by engaging with neighbors, finding support in staff, and reveling in an array of opportunities to thrive in retirement.
Pacific Pointe provides an abundance of activities, services, and amenities that residents can enjoy everyday. We provide three, delicious and healthy chef-prepared meals, plus a convenient soup and salad bar.
Our building is equipped with elevators, making navigating our community safe and easy. We also have a resident clubhouse, where residents greet and socialize with each other daily....
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.
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Awesome!Reviewed on A Place For Mom
First of all, the food is the worst I have ever had in my life. A woman last night just was released from the hospital and her comment was the food was better in the hospital than here at Pacific Pointe. Cleanliness. I decided when I moved in to clean my own apartment because the equipment is not only old but not well equipped. The vacuums are filled with everything you can imagine from peoples rooms to the hallways. And I don't want that to enter my apartment, so I bought a Irobot and a hand vacuum to clean my apartment. They use a spray bottle and a swifter to clean the bathroom, so I bought a bucket, mop and Lysol to clean the bathroom. They never cleansed the bath/tub that I know of when they cleaned my apartment because I discovered there was mold under my shampoo bottle. I had to call the County Health Department on the appearance of the dining room floor. There was so much food and dirt that when they had a Lula the dancer's feet were black from all of the food, dirt and crud. I never saw then mop the dining room floor until I called the health department. I don 't know the condition of the kitchen, we are not allowed in there but I am told the mop heads are black from dirt and never changed. I am waiting for a report or call back from the health department. Friendliness: Most of the people are friendly, I have made about twelve friends here. Most all of the people are wither in wheel chairs or walkers, not too many of us are mobile. Value: They have raised my rent already since I have been here, Parking went up from $25 to $50 a month. I got a letter in the mail two days ago stating if I did not renew my lease for six or twelve months the rent would go up $225. per month. My lease is up October 31 so, I need to start looking again. Care Services: I really don't use this service, but everyone else seems pleased with the number of staff either that they hired or that were here, I really don't know. Activities: Plenty of things to do and lots going on each week and each day, no complaint there.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Awesome!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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