The Montclare Senior Residences

6650 West Belden Chicago IL 60707

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The Montclare Senior Residences would like to invite you to visit our upscale Senior Apartment community for qualified residents ages 55 or better. Located two blocks east of Oak Park Avenue and two blocks south of Fullerton/Grand Avenue in Chicago.

The Montclare Senior Residences will change the way you think about affordable senior Living. Tastefully decorated and stunningly appointed, these residences go way beyond the ordinary.

Architects have blended the essence of elegance and style with the need of form and function to create a truly unique environment designed for the comforts, needs and dignity of seniors. Our clean, secure residences cater to the senior lifestyle with activities and events that are both enjoyable and memorable. The Montclare Senior Residences is a place you will be proud to call home!

Pricing at The Montclare Senior Residences

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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 The Montclare Senior Residences

3.9 of 5 Average rating
9 Reviews
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  • Beautiful apartment!

    The apartment that we are in is great and beautiful and we love it here. The people are super friendly and nice and always speak when you walk by. The office staff on the other hand are not so friendly. I believe that they need to keep some permanent management because things are just not organized. The food is not good and is sometimes cold.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Beautiful apartment!

    The apartment that we are in is great and beautiful and we love it here. The people are super friendly and nice and always speak when you walk by. The office staff on the other hand are not so friendly. I believe that they need to keep some permanent management because things are just not organized. The food is not good and is sometimes cold.

  • Not a good choice at all

    I hate to break the bad news but this place is not good at all. My In-laws moved back to Illinois and we chose Montclare because my husbands grandmother lived out her days there some years ago. Back in the early 2000's we found it a great gem although it is in a sketchy neighborhood.- I would know as I grew up in this neighborhood. My mother worked for 16 years at the restaurant across from the old Brickyard Mall. The neighborhood is worse now and the building is too. Often times there is no real security to the building lobby other than an elderly volunteer. There was recently a gruesome murder in the building and the residents are treated like schoolchildren. They are not allowed to speak in passing in the halls. They may not gather to sit in the lobby to chat at all before being chased off. They removed the park benches out front where residents used to sit and laugh and catch up and get fresh air as many cannot travel far because of being older. There are only a few small benches in the 20x20 garden area- where pets are not allowed.- yet they are allowed in the building. So in other words in order for your elders to have a small dog, they are forced to walk it off the property where there is no security. When my mother in law passed and my father in laws income was cut in half, he often went without food to pay his rent because they have no issue evicting residents and telling them this. In fact one of my father in laws best friends in the building was just evicted without ANY reason. He is an elder and has no family. We are helping him find a new place. I finally had enough two months ago and convinced my father in law to move in with us. He is now finding he has more freedom living with us where he is treated as an adult with respect than at Montclare. When we look for Senior communities for our loved ones we want cleanliness, activities, social freedom and most importantly safety. Montclare misses the mark on most of these. For the amount of money, one could probably find a truly secured building that treats the residents better. This place is not much better than the average apartment complex.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Not a good choice at all

    I hate to break the bad news but this place is not good at all. My In-laws moved back to Illinois and we chose Montclare because my husbands grandmother lived out her days there some years ago. Back in the early 2000's we found it a great gem although it is in a sketchy neighborhood.- I would know as I grew up in this neighborhood. My mother worked for 16 years at the restaurant across from the old Brickyard Mall. The neighborhood is worse now and the building is too. Often times there is no real security to the building lobby other than an elderly volunteer. There was recently a gruesome murder in the building and the residents are treated like schoolchildren. They are not allowed to speak in passing in the halls. They may not gather to sit in the lobby to chat at all before being chased off. They removed the park benches out front where residents used to sit and laugh and catch up and get fresh air as many cannot travel far because of being older. There are only a few small benches in the 20x20 garden area- where pets are not allowed.- yet they are allowed in the building. So in other words in order for your elders to have a small dog, they are forced to walk it off the property where there is no security. When my mother in law passed and my father in laws income was cut in half, he often went without food to pay his rent because they have no issue evicting residents and telling them this. In fact one of my father in laws best friends in the building was just evicted without ANY reason. He is an elder and has no family. We are helping him find a new place. I finally had enough two months ago and convinced my father in law to move in with us. He is now finding he has more freedom living with us where he is treated as an adult with respect than at Montclare. When we look for Senior communities for our loved ones we want cleanliness, activities, social freedom and most importantly safety. Montclare misses the mark on most of these. For the amount of money, one could probably find a truly secured building that treats the residents better. This place is not much better than the average apartment complex.

  • Management & staff is very helpful and are very nice. Listen to your concerns.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Management & staff is very helpful and are very nice. Listen to your concerns.

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    • The Montclare Senior Residences Amenities

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      • Beautician Onsite
      • Activities Offsite
      • Devotional Services Onsite

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