4517 Triangle Ave., Austin, TX 78751
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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So much relief to have my loved one in a supportive environment like The Village at the Triangle! The care is amazing and my mom loves her apartment!
My loved one lives at this community and has been so happy! Great team and great location!
This community was very nice and they provided lots of info on the tour. It was just to pricey for us.
In case any of my friends are realizing they might want to live somewhere warm, secure and happy, let me know and I will describe Village life. During these hard days we have had it the best of anybody in Austin. Our admin team is the best anywhere!
It was nice to know my Aunt was well taken care of and SAFE!
This is a lovely facility, It's a newer facility also. During covid, I would like communication to improve but that is my only complaint. I would definitely recommend this community to others
No one bedrooms available. only studio in Assisted Living. [name removed] quoted $5070 for 390 sq ft studio
This looks really good, but I don't care for the location. Given its more "urban" location, I don't think it's a perfect fit for my parents.
Not a good experience.
Luxurious community. Hotel like feeling. Staff were very friendly and professional. Didn't witness activities. Only saw a few residents in the common areas. Awesome apartments and amenities!
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