6250 North 19th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85015
You won’t regret joining our community — The Palazzo is simply the place to be for senior living. We’re conveniently located in the vibrant city of Phoenix, Arizona and have recently renovated! Our modern upgrades are perfectly designed to meet your ideals of resort-style, luxury senior living. We offer various care communities to meet the unique needs of all residents, with independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory care services available to support a wide range of needs.
The city of Phoenix also offers endless attractions, from stunning desert scenery to plenty of entertainment, like museums, golf courses, casinos, excellent dining, and sporting events at Chase Field. There is simply so much to experience here in the Valley of the Sun.
Here at The Palazzo, we believe in serving all members in our community with dignity, compassion, and personalization, and have adopted services and amenities to help you make the most of your golden years in safety and security. There’s never a dull moment here, as our resort-style community supports an active, glowing lifestyle where we provide endless opportunities for optimal enjoyment. With on-site events, neverending social opportunities, and transportation for regularly scheduled outings, you’ll never miss...
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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Walked out without a tour. The woman at the front desk was talking sternly and a little too aggressively with a resident who missed the shuttle. I would be so unhappy if someone spoke to my mother like that.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Brookdale/Christown is very luck to have "Melissa" in their front office, she is exceptional! Melissa is friendly, professional and even makes sure the minor details are taken care of. Another key employee is "Debbie" with "Beverly's Family Care" is beyond helpful! Honestly, I could not have imagined going thru this difficult move without this amazing person helping us thru the bumps in the road. Debbie went above and beyond her job criteria and made sure my brother was treated with the absolute best care one could receive. I truly believe if Debbie ever left this facility she would have a huge following because she gives the same attention and care to each and every resident here. Thank you Melissa and Debbie for making this transition as smooth as you did. You guys are TRULY the BEST!!!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
We moved mom into Christown on Dec 30th, 2015, so she has only been there a little over a week. But so far we are happy with Christown. The staff is friendly and the food in the dinning room if very good. This was mom's every day complaint about her last place, which was nicer in appearance than Christown, but if you are living there, I'm sure the food is more important than appearance. I have eaten almost every day with mom in the Christown dinning room and I have not had a bad meal. Now they are short handed in the dinning room so you might have to wait a long while before you are served, but the important part here is that the food gets to you hot and is of good quality. Mom does not participate in any of the activities yet, and we have no complaints. I would recommend Brookdale Christown to anyone.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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