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20 Senior Apartments near Los Angeles, CA

If you’re an active, independent older adult looking for senior housing in Los Angeles, senior citizen apartments in Los Angeles might be the right fit. Apartments for seniors typically don’t include personal care services, but may offer amenities, activities, and maintenance for a stress-free, social lifestyle.

A Place for Mom can help older adults navigate how to apply for senior housing in Los Angeles and consider their options. With 20 senior rentals in Los Angeles, CA, we can help you find the right apartment for your budget and lifestyle. Whether you’re looking for upscale Los Angeles 55-plus apartments or low-income senior apartments for rent in Los Angeles, A Place for Mom can simplify your search.

We are also serving Senior Apartments facilities in surrounding neighborhoods like Hollywood Hills, Hancock Park and Cheviot Hills.
You may also consider nearby communities such as Glendale, Inglewood or Beverly Hills.

Senior Apartments Facilities near Los Angeles, CA

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Brookdale Gardens of Tarzana

18700 Burbank Boulevard, Tarzana, CA 91356

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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Here, you’ll never stop growing.If you’re looking for an Assisted Living community where you can redefine your independence, then our community in Tarzana, California, might be the right fit for you.  Take control of your time and do the things you want to do. Whether that’s connecting with new...

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4.3(22 reviews)

The staff at Brookdale Gardens Tarzana treats the residents with kindness and respect. It's a smaller community where residents are treated more as individuals than they are at larger places we've looked...

NOHO Senior Arts Colony Apartments

10747 Magnolia Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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Provides: Senior Apartments

Innovative Apartments for Adults 62+ Reimagine life. Be the first to enjoy brand new 1- and 2-bedroom apartments for adults 62+ in the vibrant NOHO Arts District. More than just the typical pool and fitness center, NOHO Senior Arts Colony offers amenities, programs and social events that go...

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4.7(6 reviews)

We adored the residence because it is a fantastic facility for seniors. A lot of entertaining activities and a lovely atmosphere. The office and staff are supportive and helpful because the management is...

Bentley Manor by Serenity Care Health

3425 McLaughlin Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90066

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living
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Bentley Manor By Serenity Care Health Welcome to Bentley Manor! We are a 27-bed assisted living facility located in Los Angeles, California. We accommodate seniors who require assistance with activities of daily living in a luxurious, safe and home-like setting which enables our residents to...

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Enclosed Courtyard
Guest meals
4.0(12 reviews)

It's a very nice place, Bentley Manor by Serenity Care Health. When I went to see a friend I'd met years earlier, I became aware of it. I was impressed by how well-kept it is and how welcoming the staff is....

Heritage Park at Woodman - Senior Apartments

7840 Woodman Avenue, Panorama City, CA 91402

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Heritage Park at Woodman is an Affordable Senior Community for 55 and over. We offer quality affordable housing with many amenities to enhance active, independent lifestyles. Heritage Park at Woodman Senior Community is operated under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code. This special...

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4.0(3 reviews)

The cost is alright for now. All the services here is alright. The activities, they are just once a week. A social worker came only once a week for 4 or 5 hours. The only thing I think we needed is that here...

Bentley Suites by Serenity Care Health

851 4th St, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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Provides: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Independent Living
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Bentley Suites by Serenity Care Health Bentley Suites offers highly trained professionals, including an RN, Medical Director, Pharmacy Consultant, Nutrition Director, and Activity Director 24/7. The facility also offers all of the amenities enjoyed in a modern Residential Care Facility for the...

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3.7(3 reviews)

Our love done moved in right before COVID, so we have not been able to visit for awhile, but we do know our loved one is happy there. Sometimes it is a little hard for us to get a hold of the staff. When we...

Colorado Terrace

2455 Colorado Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90041

Provides: Senior Apartments

Beautiful,two-year-old building of apartments for seniors (at least 62 years old) Laundry Facilities Secure Parking Available Elevator Carpet Stove, Garbage Disposal, Microwave

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2.3(4 reviews)

"Colorado Terrace caters to seniors, providing a living experience suited to you in Los Angeles, CA. One of the rewards of living in an apartment near downtown is not needing to drive everywhere you go....

Park La Brea

6200 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Provides: Senior Apartments

Park Avenue Apartments

730 N Whitnall Hwy, Burbank, CA 91505

Provides: Senior Apartments

Designed for active, independent senior lifestyles of today, Park Avenue Senior Apartments offer a collection of spacious apartments with top of the line amenities.Park Avenue Senior Apartments are located in the heart of the City of Burbank. Near shopping, transportation and entertainment, it is...

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5.0(1 review)

Liked the location as it was not a truck route.

The Piedmont Luxury Senior Apartments

6750 Whitsett Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91606

Provides: Senior Apartments

Olive Court Apartments

1100 W. Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91506

Provides: Senior Apartments

The Olive Court Apartments is centrally located in Burbank adjacent to the Joslyn Center, a Senior Center, which offers an array of activities and senior services. Enjoy our lavish building for active senior lifestyles of today. It’s state of the art living, without giving up peace of...

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3.0(1 review)

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Burbank Senior Artists Colony

240 East Verdugo Avenue, Burbank, CA 91502

Provides: Senior Apartments

The award-winning Burbank Senior Artists Colony is dedicated to providing exceptional independent apartment living in a creative, art-inspired environment. Conveniently located in downtown Burbank, CA close to shopping, theaters, restaurants and transportation.

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4.7(6 reviews)

The staff are friendly and they showed me around when I moved in. They offer a variety of activities including art and exercise classes. They could use come updating and the deck around the pool could use a...

Montecito Terraces

14655 W. Blythe Street, Panorama City, CA 91402

Provides: Senior Apartments
4.0(1 review)

That one is okay but they don't have anything available so I found another place.

Olive Plaza Apartments

450 E Olive Ave., Burbank, CA 91501

Provides: Senior Apartments

The Olive Plaza Senior Apartments are designed for active seniors who desire a high quality of living at affordable prices. Olive Plaza is 183 unit apartments community that provides 1 and 2 bedroom units within an environment that promotes and invites an independent active senior lifestyle....

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Independent Square

2455 S. St. Andrews Place, Los Angeles, CA 90018

Provides: Senior Apartments

Tarzana Courtyard

5930 Reseda Boulevard, Tarzana, CA 91356

Provides: Senior Apartments

Parkview Senior Living

1902 Park Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90026

Provides: Senior Apartments

The Vista North Hills

8747 Sepulveda Blvd, North Hills, CA 91343

Provides: Senior Apartments

Brand New Facility. The Vista-North Hills is located in the center of the San Fernando Valley. Public transportation is on the same block, and freeway access is around the corner with all of Los angeles is just a short drive away. Full service health club and spa next door. Shopping centers...

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Sienna Terraces LLC

5405 Lineley Ave, Tarzana, CA 91356

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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Provides: Senior Apartments

Welcome Home to Sienna Terraces! This newly updated building is an exciting place to live. Conveniently located off the 101 and very close to all that Ventura Boulevard has to offer. The building is ADA accessible with ramps and elevator. There's an onsite gym. Maintenance is handled quickly...

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San Lucas Senior Apartments

1221 West 7th St., Los Angeles, CA 90017

Provides: Senior Apartments

Heritage Park at Glendale

420 East Harvard Street, Glendale, CA 91205

Provides: Senior Apartments

Heritage Park is a senior housing community located in stunning Glendale, Los Angeles County, California. You'll love the convenience of living in the city centre of this sun soaked California community. No need to drive in this 'walker's paradise.' With a walk score of 95, shopping, services,...

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3.0(1 review)
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Costs of senior apartments in the Los Angeles area

The average cost that seniors paid in 2022 for Los Angeles senior apartments in A Place for Mom’s network was $2,988 per month. This number reflects the total monthly rent in addition to any additional fees and add-ons, such as pet rent and extra amenities. Rent in Los Angeles senior apartments typically varies depending on the floor plan, location, built-ins, and features. The monthly cost usually covers rent, some or all utilities, maintenance, landscaping, and senior-specific services or amenities.

The figures below represent the starting costs for senior apartments in Los Angeles. Please note that starting costs don’t always include add-ons, such as pet rent or other on-site services.

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How people pay for senior apartments in Los Angeles

To pay for rent in senior apartments, seniors can combine their personal financial resources or explore the use of incomes such as veterans benefits and housing assistance. Seniors who need in-home care services can also find helpful Medi-Cal resources.

A senior’s personal finances can include Social Security benefits, investment returns, pensions, and more. These private pay methods are often used together to pay for rent at a senior apartment. According to resources, the following methods are often utilized to cover senior living costs:

Selling a house

Reverse mortgage

Health savings accounts

Life insurance

Please note that rent in senior apartments isn’t covered by long-term care insurance. This is because care services aren’t provided in senior apartments like they are in other communities, such as assisted living and memory care facilities.

Understand California laws and regulations for senior apartment communities

Understanding the laws surrounding senior apartments in Los Angeles can help you make a confident choice as a renter. This section outlines important points for prospective senior apartment tenants, including your rights and apartment quality. You can also check out the California Tenants Guide from the California State Department of Real Estate (DRE), a complete guide to all of the laws associated with renting in California.

Renters and their rights

Landlords and senior apartment renters in Los Angeles must follow several local and federal laws. First, at least one person living in the senior apartment must be at least 55 years old. In addition, senior apartment renters have the right to regular maintenance, fully functioning utilities, and other on-site services.

When renting a senior apartment, you also have the right to a minimum of 30 days’ notice before your landlord increases the cost of rent. In California, landlords can increase your rent up to twice a year. However, the state’s rent cap law prevents landlords from increasing senior apartment rent beyond a certain amount. Note that low-income housing, corporate-owned housing, and others may be exempt from California’s rent cap law.

Apartment quality and inspections

Senior apartments in Los Angeles with at least five units must be routinely inspected by the District Surveillance and Enforcement Branch of the county’s Environmental Health Division. Cities exempt from this policy include Glendale and Torrance. In addition, apartments that participate in the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program are subject to inspections at least once every two years.

Accommodations and modifications for seniors with disabilities

Seniors with disabilities have additional rights when renting senior apartments. These protections under the law include but are not limited to the following rights:

  • In California, it’s illegal for a landlord to refuse to rent to someone due to a disability.
  • Apartments must follow building requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (or ADA), which has standards in place to make spaces accessible to people with different abilities.
  • Landlords must agree to reasonable apartment accommodations and modifications, which will be paid for by the senior who’s renting the apartment.

Included as a reasonable apartment accommodation is the ability for tenants to have a service animal. Service animals are trained to help people in different ways, including physical and emotional support. The following information may help seniors who plan to live with a service animal in their senior apartment:

  • Seniors can have service animals even if the apartment has a no-pet policy.
  • The landlord can only ask if the animal is needed due to the senior’s disability and what the animal has been trained to do.
  • Service animals don’t need to be certified to live in an apartment.
  • The animal must not be a threat to the rental property or other residents.

COVID-19 regulations for Los Angeles senior apartment communities

COVID-19 remains a significant factor for Los Angeles residents, and preventing the spread of the virus is a priority of the county. Read Los Angeles County Public Health’s current COVID-19 guidelines for frequently updated information.

Vaccinations. COVID-19 vaccines are free in Los Angeles County and are strongly recommended to the public.

Quarantine. Los Angeles County residents are encouraged to stay home if they’re sick and to get a minimum of two negative COVID-19 test results before leaving their home.

Get to know senior apartments in Los Angeles


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100% of senior apartments in our network are pet-friendly
75% of these in-network communities offer on-site activities
50% of these communities in our market offer amenities and services


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What to expect from senior apartments in Los Angeles

As one of the most heavily populated cities in the U.S., Los Angeles caters to a wide range of seniors. Los Angeles has many unique neighborhoods, a wide scope of senior apartments to rent, and proximity to many activities and popular attractions. You’ll find desirable downtown senior apartments in the heart of the city in addition to choices in quieter suburban neighborhoods. From high-end apartment complexes with luxe amenities to affordable apartments designed for seniors of low-income status, seniors have plenty of options in this expansive city.

Unique Los Angeles communities

The ability to choose your ideal neighborhood sets Los Angeles apart. From the center of downtown Los Angeles to pockets of surrounding suburbs, each neighborhood has its own unique atmosphere. This variety enables seniors to choose between quiet residential neighborhoods, vibrant arts communities, cultural hubs in the heart of downtown, and much more. There’s also a wide variety of apartment options, such as studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom layouts — depending on the location and building design.

Downtown senior apartments

Seniors who want to take advantage of all that the city has to offer will appreciate renting senior apartments in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Home to museums, history, and an abundance of shops and restaurants, this part of town offers something exciting every day of the week. Downtown Los Angeles is home to the arts district as well as culturally rich neighborhoods, including Chinatown and Little Tokyo. These urban hubs of culture offer memorable dining, unique shops, and plenty to discover. Renting a senior apartment in one of the city’s arts communities is another desirable option. Senior communities in these neighborhoods tend to offer arts programming, art studios, performing arts theaters, and acting classes.

Suburban and urban blends

Burbank, Glendale, and Silver Lake are wonderful neighborhoods for senior renters seeking a mix of urban and suburban living. Here, you’ll have access to some of the desirable attractions that come with living in Los Angeles, without having to live amidst the bustle of downtown. These northern Los Angeles neighborhoods offer parks, local art scenes, live music venues, and historic attractions. Glassell Park is another northern neighborhood with affordable options and spacious public parks.

Budget-friendly apartments

Los Angeles has senior apartment offerings that enable seniors to rent at a budget-friendly rate. Southern neighborhoods, such as Boyle Heights and Huntington Park, offer senior apartments designed with seniors of low-income status in mind. These southern suburbs are located outside of the busy downtown area and feature a variety of eateries, coffee shops, and public parks. In these areas, seniors can take advantage of living in proximity to the big city without the big price tag.

High-end neighborhoods

To the east, Beverly Hills and Hollywood offer luxe, highly sought-after senior apartments. As some of the most expensive areas in Los Angeles County, these neighborhoods offer gorgeous spaces and high-end senior apartments. Home to the stars of Hollywood, rows of elite shops, and gourmet restaurants, this part of the city is ideal for seniors looking for a luxurious retirement. Some senior apartments in these areas offer high-rise apartments, garden cottages, and townhomes. You’ll find electric vehicle charging stations, junior Olympic saltwater pools, granite countertops, and more opulent amenities in these high-end senior apartments.

Delightful amenities

Senior apartments throughout Los Angeles offer many enjoyable amenities. Many of them have on-site fitness centers, enabling seniors to stay in shape without leaving the comforts of their new homes. On-site or in-unit laundry rooms are also found in many of the city’s senior apartments. Some of the high-end options have additional amenities, such as year-round heated pools and spacious dog parks for residents’ beloved pets.

Other common features of Los Angeles senior apartments are recreation rooms and clubhouses. Seniors can plan social events or even cook a delicious meal with their new neighbors. Renters who want to maximize their social lives can also choose a senior apartment community that has activity programming. Monthly social events both in and outside of the communities can add to an enriching retirement.

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Percentage of seniors 55 and older within the Los Angeles population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau


Health care for seniors in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is home to several nationally ranked hospitals and medical centers. Each of these options have specific programs for seniors or are nationally ranked in geriatrics care.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is a teaching hospital that provides general medical and surgical care. They’re rated as the top hospital in Los Angeles and nationally ranked for cardiology, orthopedics, and pulmonology. They also have a geriatrics program with individual care plans and free classes for seniors.[]

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center is a teaching hospital that provides general medical and surgical care. They’re nationally ranked for cancer care, diabetes care, and geriatrics.[]

Keck Medical Center of USC

Keck Medical Center of USC is a teaching hospital with both a medical surgical intensive care unit and a cardiac intensive care unit. They’re nationally ranked for cancer surgeries, cardiology, and geriatrics.[]

Transportation for seniors in Los Angeles

Los Angeles residents have an abundance of options to travel throughout the city, whether by bus, rental bikes, or senior-specific transportation services. Several areas within Los Angeles are even walkable, such as Hollywood and Chinatown. One of the city’s major public transportation hubs, the Los Angeles Metro offers bus routes, several rail lines, bike rentals, and more — all with discounted fares for seniors. Another popular hub is Union Station Los Angeles, featuring connections to Metro buses, taxis, and more.

Browse the following transportation options for Los Angeles residents:

  • There are over 165 Metro bus routes available.
  • Seven rail lines are available, each with a connection to one of the bus stops.
  • Metro bikes are available to rent in intervals ranging from one ride to one year.
  • The Metro micro is Los Angeles’ on-demand rideshare option, serving many of the city’s subdivisions as well.
  • Seniors can join or start a vanpool.
  • Seniors with disabilities may be eligible for Access, the Metro’s paratransit service.
  • Union Station West has a designated taxi pick-up and drop-off location.
  • Union Station also has Greyhound bus stops.
  • The Dodger Stadium Express is a bus available at Union Station for passengers attending home games.
  • The LAX Flyway is Union Station’s bus that connects to the Los Angeles International Airport.

Los Angeles also has senior-specific transportation options:

  • CityRide is designed for seniors over the age of 65 and people with disabilities. They offer discounted rates and curbside service.
  • Transport Seniors LA offers wheelchair-accessible transportation for seniors who need to travel to and from medical appointments, errands, and more.

The three numbers below, ranging from zero to 100, represent Los Angeles’ transportation options. WalkScore awards points to each mode of transportation based on how far away different destinations are from public transit routes, bike paths, and intersections. The higher the number, the more accessible the method of transportation is.




Senior activities in Los Angeles

Seniors will never have a dull moment while renting a senior apartment in Los Angeles, California. Explore the rich art scene, spend an afternoon hiking in mountains and national forests, or dine in your new favorite downtown restaurant. Los Angeles has something for every retiree, from exciting games at Dodger Stadium to venturing out to the coastline and relaxing on beautiful beaches.

Art and history museums

Los Angeles has an abundance of museums, many of which are wheelchair accessible and offer accessibility guides. Art displays, interactive science exhibits, and historic highlights can be found right in town.

  • The Getty is a world-renowned art museum with two campuses. The Getty Center houses European art exhibits, and the Getty Villa Museum has both Roman and ancient Greek art exhibits.
  • The LA County Museum of Art (or LACMA) is another local gem with unique art exhibits and events.
  • Seniors can also visit the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which features galleries all about the history of cinema. They also host after-hours movie screenings in their very own theaters.
  • Hands-on experiences for seniors and their visitors alike can be found in the California Science Center and the Griffith Observatory. Both offering free admission, these family-friendly destinations feature ever-changing and interactive exhibits — or you can gaze upon the stars to your heart’s content.

Outdoor activities

If you’re looking to fulfill an active lifestyle, Los Angeles has many hiking trails to choose from. Runyon Canyon is a popular local favorite, and there are several more trails in the Hollywood Hills where you can even reach the famed Hollywood sign. Seniors can find dozens of other trails throughout the Santa Monica Mountains and the Angeles National Forest. Some of these stunning outdoor areas also have cycling routes and bike paths.

More stunning scenery awaits in the Sorrier Stearns Japanese Gardens. Stroll through a wonderfully preserved garden full of historical and cultural touches. Or, lounge on the beach and enjoy the ocean breeze at Santa Monica Beach.

Los Angeles is also home to Exposition Park. Here, the city offers 160 acres to the community, including the Los Angeles Rose Garden, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and many of the popular museums. This park also has its own recreation center, where seniors can join in sports, aquatic classes, and more. Griffith Park is yet another outdoor attraction, providing hiking trails, caves, and wildlife sightings.

Live entertainment and themed attractions

The Los Angeles Lakers and the Dodgers are some of the city’s most popular sports teams. Spend a day at a baseball game in Dodger Stadium, and watch the Lakers play in the Crypto.com Arena. Or, get your tickets to the latest jazz and symphony performances in Walt Disney Concert Hall.

You can also channel your inner tourist by exploring these must-see theme parks, some of which have wheelchair rentals, assistive listening devices, show scripts, and wheelchair-accessible paths:

Laid-back city enjoyment

Seniors can find almost any cuisine in Los Angeles’ popular restaurants. Enjoy an elegant Italian pasta dish, or splurge on a multicourse Japanese meal. Choose between a number of sushi restaurants and find your new favorite. Delicious Thai cuisine, Ethiopian dishes, Middle Eastern flavors, Palestinian plates, and more await foodies in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles libraries and senior centers lend themselves to lifelong learning and a peaceful retirement experience. The Los Angeles Public Library has dozens of branches throughout the county and offers free admission at several museums when you sign up for a library card. The Huntington, in addition to calming botanical gardens, has a research library full of original documents, manuscripts, and more.

Seniors in Los Angeles also have 29 senior centers to choose from. One is located within Griffith Park, and others are located in varying Los Angeles neighborhoods. Each senior center offers a range of senior-specific activities, from exercise and fitness classes to musical and performing arts opportunities.

Frequently asked questions

Briarwood Manor Apartments, Huntington Oaks Village and NOHO Senior Arts Colony Apartments are the top-rated Senior Apartments facilities near Los Angeles, CA. These Senior Apartments facilities received the highest rankings based on verified family reviews. See full list of communities.

The average cost of Senior Apartments in Los Angeles is 1,277 per month. This cost may vary based on location, amenities, floorplan, level of care and other factors.

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