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Fort Worth is ideal for retirees seeking a small-town feel in a big-city environment. Fort Worth is considered a part of the greater Dallas area, sometimes referred to as Dallas-Fort Worth or DFW, Texas. Whatever you call the area, it’s filled with culture, taste, and sunshine, offering an array of options for entertainment, health care, and senior living — including A Place for Mom’s partner senior apartments.

Senior apartments enable seniors to reside alongside individuals in the same age group, with added amenities and conveniences catered to the aging population. Fort Worth doesn’t have too many senior apartments, because luxe independent living communities tend to dominate. However, there are still a few senior apartment options within a 10-mile radius of North Fort Worth.

With this guide, you’ll learn about the types of senior apartment communities available in Fort Worth and understand how to navigate your options. We deliver you our proprietary data, with real resident ratings and information on price, cleanliness, activities, amenities, services, and pet-friendliness. You’ll also find detailed local information on average area costs, how seniors usually pay, senior-specific resources, and senior-friendly activities.

Senior Apartments Facilities near Fort Worth, TX

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Recent reviews of Senior Apartments in Fort Worth, TX
The Spring at Silverton Active Adult 55 in Fort Worth, TX

My experience with the Springs is AWESOME! I've been here since October of last year with absolutely no complaints. Management and staff are top notch, I can't say thank you enough for all you've done!!! Also, I'd like to add personally how your insight, knowledge, encouragement, and expertise was the difference in my new search for an affordable new residence. Again, thank you so much for all you've done for me!!!

Chateau on Wildbriar Lake in Irving, TX

If you are searching for the magnificent Senior Retirement Independent Living Community - you will find none better than Chateau on Wildbriar Lake in Irving, Tx. ! ! Simply said " There is no place better ". The Staff and Residents are truly wonderful and friendly. Here, we feel so comfortable - THIS IS HOME - YES THIS IS HOME . The pricing is VERY COMPETETIVE , the AMENTITIES ARE GRAND and COMPLETE. Couple the aforementioned with a TRULY GRACIOUS AND CARING STAFF and you can see that " THIS IS HOME " ! ! PLEASE COME OUT AND VISIT OUR HOME

The Lakes at Grand Prairie

I would tell others looking into The Lakes at Grand Prairie that the staff there are always accessible, friendly and resolve any issues that may arise quickly. They have been very professional as well. The size of the apartments and the amenities offered are great, especially for the cost. I strongly recommend The Lakes at Grand Prairie.

Solea Tavolo Park

7545 Harris Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76123

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I am currently a resident at Solea Tavolo Park and everything has been great for me at this facility so far. The housekeeping is wonderful and cleanliness of the facility is great. The staff, friendliness,...

Provides: Senior Apartments
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Solea Tavolo Park is a new, resort-style, 55+ active adult community. It's a new housing option for those that are ready to live a stress-free, maintenance-free lifestyle, but are not ready to slow down! Live easy, where friendships and laughter fill beautifully designed senior apartment homes...

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The Spring at Silverton Active Adult 55

3850 Silverton Circle, Fort Worth, TX 76133

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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7 reviews

My particular Unit had not been properly dusted and cleaned after the painting had been redone. The Unit had been vacant for a while. The blinds and air conditioning ducts were full of dust. It was hard to...

Provides: Senior Apartments
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Soak up the sun in our resort style swimming pool. Say goodbye to gym memberships ours is available whenever you are. Enjoy the exclusivity that comes with our limited access gated community. You will love getting out to walk on our walking trail. Our homes have the washer/ dryer included...

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Ignite Medical Resort Fort Worth

6301 Oakmont Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76132

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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4 reviews

Anything less than a 5 star review for Ignite just makes no sense & is frankly uneducated. I challenge anyone to find a better Skilled Nursing Facility anywhere. Friends and family in the healthcare...

Provides: Assisted Living

Ashwood Court

7501 Glenview Dr., North Richland Hills, TX 76180

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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65 reviews

The staff is caring and attentive. They have good meals. Our loved one participated in all the activities. Our loved one is very social and the activities provide our love one a good social connection. ...

Provides: Assisted Living
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Ashwood Court has a hands on approach that allows us to better understand our Residents, their families and their needs. We know that everyone is different and their needs vary, so we offer a variety of services to help every Resident achieve their highest quality of life. We strive to exceed...

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Heritage Village Residences

701 Heritage Way, Hurst, TX 76053

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Our loved one who is there likes it very much, she is doing well there and really finds the atmosphere to be very friendly. There are a lot of activities which is great, and we now have found out she is kind...

Provides: Senior Apartments

Heritage Village ResidencesHeritage Village Residences are located in Hurst, TX. This independent living community provides its residents with a place to live and the support that they are looking for in such a place. Hurst is a part of Tarrant County, and it offers much to do and see. Those who...

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Sansom Pointe

3100 La Junta St., Sansom Park, TX 76114

Provides: Senior Apartments

Sedona Place

6101 Old Denton Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76131

Provides: Senior Apartments
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The Parc at Baker's Pointe

7120 Baker Blvd # 800, Fort Worth, TX 76118

Provides: Senior Apartments

Cobblestone Manor

8201 Sartain Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76120

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Welcome to Cobblestone Manor 62+ Senior Apartments!Cobblestone Manor is a peaceful retreat where the hustle & bustle seems a world away. Explore our unique, single story 1 and 2 bedroom cottage-style apartments! Our community is a quiet place to relax and rediscover the simple joys of living....

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Solea Keller

11508 Alta Vista Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76244

Starting at$X,XXX+ monthly
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Costs of senior apartments in the Fort Worth area

The median rent at a senior apartment in Fort Worth, Texas, is $1,700 per month, according to A Place for Mom’s 2022-2023 proprietary data.[01] However, the costs of a senior apartment in Fort Worth can greatly vary based on the chosen location, floor plan, and available amenities.

Many of our partner senior apartments in Fort Worth include the following on-site amenities and activities in the monthly rent:

  • Fitness centers
  • Libraries
  • Swimming pools and hot tubs
  • Clubhouses
  • Business and media centers
  • Happy hours and holiday parties
  • Group fitness activities (water aerobics, yoga, etc.)

Seniors may have to pay additional fees for the following amenities and services at our partner senior apartments in Fort Worth:

  • Pet rent and grooming fees
  • Covered parking or private garages
  • Transportation services
  • Additional storage spaces
  • On-site salon services

The following costs represent average baseline costs and don’t account for add-on fees for extra amenities or services. Though they are not as exact as our figure above, these figures make for a good baseline cost comparison of the Fort Worth area.

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How seniors pay for senior apartments in Fort Worth

Seniors typically pay for a senior apartment the same way they’d pay rent at any ordinary apartment — using a combination of their personal income resources. Senior veterans or their spouses may also qualify for some veterans benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), which can help pay rent at a senior apartment.

Senior apartments aren’t covered by Medicaid, Medicare, or long-term care insurance. However, those resources may cover some in-home health care services within a senior apartment. They may also be used to pay for a senior care facility, should future care needs arise.

Below you’ll find useful information on private payment methods, veterans benefits, Medicaid, Medicare, and local housing assistance. You’ll also learn about how these payment methods may apply to potential care needs in the future.

Private pay methods in Fort Worth

Seniors typically use private payment methods to pay rent at senior apartments in Fort Worth. These methods usually include income sources like your savings accounts, retirement pensions, investment returns, and/or Social Security benefits. And, depending on your current situation, the following options may also help pay for senior living costs:

Understand Texas laws and regulations for senior apartments

Senior apartments in Texas are not regulated by a state agency. They’re regulated the same as any standard apartment complex. And, just like any rental property, senior apartments are required to comply with general Texas housing laws, such as the Texas Property Code and Fair Housing Act. These laws help ensure that senior apartment residents in Texas are not discriminated against and that they’re provided with safe, well-maintained housing. Furthermore, most Texas senior apartments have a minimum age requirement of 55, with some apartments raising it to 62.

Below, you’ll find a summary of some of the rights you have as a tenant at a senior apartment. You’ll also find a breakdown of how senior apartments must accommodate seniors with a disability.

What are my rights as a senior apartment tenant in Texas?

Senior apartment communities are required to comply with the state’s housing and apartment regulations for landlords and tenants. It’s useful to learn about tenant’s rights, as it’ll help you find a safe and satisfactory living situation while you rent.

Here’s a brief overview of some important tenants’ rights in Texas:

  • Residents hold the right to ask their landlord to repair problems that risk their health and safety, and landlords must make a diligent effort to repair the problems at hand.
  • Residents may terminate their lease if a problem that affects their health hasn’t been resolved after two notices to the landlord and within a reasonable timeframe — usually seven days.
  • Residents may hire an external contractor to fix the problems at hand if their landlord fails to resolve issues that affect their health after multiple notices within a reasonable timeframe. Residents can then submit their expenses to the landlord to deduct from their rent.

Before attempting to terminate a lease or hiring an external contractor, it’s strongly recommended that you reach out to an attorney or a local tenants association. Consulting a housing expert will prevent you from breaching any lease agreements, and it’ll hopefully lead you to the end result you desire. It’s also recommended that tenants provide multiple written notices to their landlord and keep a copy of each notice as proof.

If you’re seeking more information on your rights as a senior apartment tenant, be sure to read the Texas Tenants’ Rights Handbook.

How do senior apartments accommodate seniors with disabilities?

In Texas, federal nondiscrimination laws — such as the Fair Housing Act, Section 504, and Americans with Disabilities Act (or ADA) — protect tenants from being discriminated against due to disability. This prohibits senior apartment landlords from refusing housing due to a senior’s disability. Furthermore, these laws require housing providers to provide reasonable accommodations and modifications in housing, programs, and activities for individuals with disabilities.

If you’re a senior with a disability, you have the right to request reasonable accommodations and modifications within your senior apartment community. Reasonable accommodations are defined as changes to facility policies. Some examples of reasonable accommodations include the following:

  • Allowing a service animal to live with a resident even when there’s a no-pets policy in place
  • Assigning a parking spot for easy entry to the resident’s building
  • Changing the due date of rent to reflect a resident’s disability income payment dates

Modifications are structural changes to common areas and individual units. Some examples of reasonable modifications in line with ADA include the following:

  • Installing a specialized smoke detector for a resident with a hearing impairment
  • Adding a wheelchair ramp to enable a disabled resident to easily access shared spaces and participate in resident activities
  • Installing grab bars or widening doorways in a resident’s unit to accommodate wheelchair users

These nondiscrimination laws apply to all senior apartments in Fort Worth. Senior apartment landlords are required to pay for such modifications unless providing them would pose an undue financial or administrative burden. If you’d like more information, see this detailed infographic on reasonable accommodations and modifications for Texas renters.

Who do I contact for additional questions or concerns while renting a senior apartment?

For general concerns, Fort Worth offers an overview of renter’s rights and guidelines on its city website. For further questions regarding a rental lease, the city recommends that renters reach out to the following agencies:

  • Better Business Bureau
    1612 Summit Ave.
    Fort Worth, TX 76102
    Phone: 817-332-7585
  • Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas
    600 E. Weatherford St.
    Fort Worth, TX 76102
    Phone: 817-336-3943

You can also view rental inspection scores on the Fort Worth city website. You can search for your prospective senior apartment complex by name or address to find its most recent inspection date and score.

COVID-19 regulations for Fort Worth senior apartments

Due to the overall decline of COVID-19, Fort Worth doesn’t have any COVID-19 regulations in place for senior apartments. However, Fort Worth residents can visit the COVID-19 informational page on the city’s official website to get the latest news regarding local outbreaks, vaccinations, COVID-19 testing, and more.

Get to know senior apartments in Fort Worth


Number of in-network assisted living facilities in market

4.6/5.0 average in-network rating
100% of our Fort Worth senior apartment partners have an on-site pool
100% of our partner senior apartments have an on-site library
40% of partnered Fort Worth senior apartments have an on-site cafe or bistro
40% of our Fort Worth senior apartment partners have an on-site beauty salon

Number of people we referred to our in-network communities in Fort Worth in 2022-2023


Average age of residents we referred to in-network communities in Fort Worth in 2022-2023
Gender split: 67% female, 28% male

What to expect from senior apartments in Fort Worth

Fort Worth is a popular destination for seniors seeking to retire in the greater Dallas area. This is due to its family-friendly environment, robust health care options, and warm weather. To accommodate the aging population, Fort Worth enacted an Age-Friendly Fort Worth Action Plan in 2017. Since then, the city has begun to implement aging-friendly practices across the following domains for seniors:

  • Outdoor spaces and buildings
  • Respect and social inclusion
  • Communication and information
  • Transportation
  • Civic participation and employment
  • Housing
  • Community support and health services

You’ll also find that senior living options increased in the last few years. While independent living communities tend to dominate among active seniors in Fort Worth, there are still a few great senior apartment community options available. Read on for a brief overview of the most unique senior apartment community features in Fort Worth.

Engaging activities help residents socialize and stay active

In Fort Worth, there’s a high number of senior apartments that offer engaging on-site activities. To help residents socialize and make new friends, all of our senior apartment communities host resident socials, holiday parties, and birthday celebrations. On sunny days, seniors can also attend outdoor community events, such as barbecues and picnics, where they often host yard games, too.

Seniors looking to stay active can also attend on-site fitness classes, such as chair yoga, stretching, water aerobics, and more. A select few senior apartments also offer devotional services on-site, enabling residents to practice their faith alongside their peers.

Luxurious amenities help residents continue their favorite activities

In Fort Worth, senior apartments offer plenty of amenities to help residents continue their cherished hobbies and pastimes — at their own leisure. Comfortable and convenient amenities enable residents to do their favorite things without having to leave the premises. Residents can stroll winding courtyard paths, break a sweat using on-site fitness facilities, or gather with friends to enjoy their favorite games or movies.

Some of the most common amenities on-site at Fort Worth senior apartments include the following:

  • Swimming pools
  • Fitness centers
  • Grilling stations
  • Clubhouses/game rooms
  • Business centers
  • Small cafes or pubs
  • Movie theaters
  • Libraries
  • Beauty salons

Some of our more luxurious partners even offer on-site boutiques, barbershops, and massage rooms.

Security features and convenient apartment amenities help residents feel safe

Senior apartments in Fort Worth offer senior residents an additional safety net with features you may not find in typical apartment complexes. Many of our partner senior apartments are secured and fully gated, enabling residents to enjoy on-site amenities without any worries. Within the gates, seniors benefit from safety features, such as smart door locks, video surveillance, and enclosed courtyards. Most of these apartments also offer safe accessibility options inside units, like low-threshold showers with grab bars.

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Unfamiliar with Fort Worth? Highlights for seniors


Number of seniors over the age of 65 living in Fort Worth as of 2021

Percentage of Fort Worth seniors 65+ who speak a language other than English at home

Average annual retirement income for Fort Worth seniors 65 and older in 2021

Health care for seniors in Fort Worth

The Fort Worth health care scene is merged with the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area, meaning the area’s high-rated medical centers are mainly in Dallas. Below, you’ll find a glimpse of what these top-rated medical centers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area offer.

UT Southwestern Medical Center

UT Southwestern Medical Center is ranked as the No. 1 hospital in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and No. 2 in all of Texas, according to U.S. News and World Report.[09] It nationally ranks in nine specialties, including No. 26 in geriatric care.

Baylor University Medical Center

Baylor University Medical Center ranks as the No. 2 hospital in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and it ranks No. 4 across Texas, according to U.S. News and World Report.[09] It nationally ranks in gastroenterology as well.

Parkland Health

Parkland Health’s Dallas location ranks as the No. 3 hospital in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, according to U.S. News and World Report.[09] It’s high performing in heart failure treatment, diabetic care, and gastroenterology.

Texas Health Dallas

Texas Health ranks No. 4 in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, according to U.S. News and World Report.[09] It’s high performing in diabetic care, stroke care, and heart failure treatment.

Transportation for seniors in Fort Worth

Most senior apartment residents are fairly independent and drive themselves around in Fort Worth. However, some seniors may prefer to drive less as they age. Luckily, all of our partner senior apartments offer nearby public transit options. And, a select few of our partner communities even offer on-site complimentary or at-cost transportation services. Inquire at your prospective community to see if they offer transportation services.

Public transit for seniors in Fort Worth

Seniors and their visiting loved ones can utilize Tarrant County’s public transportation system, Trinity Metro, to get around Fort Worth. Trinity Metro offers buses, trains, and rideshare options. Tarrant County also partners with nonprofit transportation services to offer seniors transportation to routine medical appointments, shopping trips, and other essential errands.

Seniors might also be interested in learning about the city’s sprawl. These scores from WalkScore can help you get a better idea of Fort Worth’s transportation options. The scores are each out of 100 and are based on the public density, walking routes, public transportation options, biking routes, and general infrastructure:


Walk Score


Transit Score


Bike Score

Senior-favored activities in Fort Worth

Fort Worth offers a range of unique activities for seniors and their families. With Dallas and Fort Worth melding into one greater metroplex in the last decade, Fort Worth is home to many exciting attractions. The area boasts many famous American restaurants, museums, events, and more. Additionally, many of these locales provide accommodations for seniors with disabilities, so be sure to ask for such accommodations when you plan a visit.

Here’s an overview of some of the most remarkable, senior-friendly activities in Fort Worth:

  • Fort Worth restaurants. The city offers a wide variety of highly rated restaurants and cafes for foodies. Seniors can relish the unique flavors of Texas, including the state-famous barbecue, Tex-Mex, and comforting Southern foods. The city is home to award-winning chefs and cuisines from around the country and world, including enticing seafood, Asian, and European restaurants.
  • Fort Worth performing arts. Fort Worth is a hotspot for live performances. In fact, seniors are able to spend their evenings attending famous operas, jazz performances, symphonies, plays, ballets, and much more. Some of the city’s venues are also rich in historical nostalgia, as they preserve original architecture and design from past eras.
  • Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. This district was once a major shipping point for American livestock in the late 1800s and is now a historical attraction, recognized as a landmark by the local historical society. Seniors can learn local history and explore the district’s museum, attend an exciting rodeo at the historic Cowtown Coliseum, or tour one of its historic buildings. The district also offers several places to grab a tasty bite or drink.
  • Parks and Recreation attractions. Fort Worth’s Parks and Recreation Department maintains over 290 gorgeous parks filled with nature trails, picnic spots, and blooming gardens. It also offers unique attractions like the 120-acre Fort Worth Botanic Garden, which features over 2,500 species of plants, and the Fort Worth Water Gardens — an engineering marvel with extravagant and calming water features.
  • Senior center activities. Fort Worth has several community centers scattered throughout the city, with many offering senior-specific programs. Active seniors can join fitness classes, arts and crafts activities, group games, and much more at the nearest community center.

Frequently asked questions

Amberlin at The Station, Preston Place and Solea Tavolo Park are the top-rated Senior Apartments facilities near Fort Worth, TX. 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 Fort Worth is 1,569 per month. This cost may vary based on location, amenities, floorplan, level of care and other factors.

  1. A Place for Mom. (2023). A Place for Mom proprietary data.

  2. United States Census Bureau. (2021). Veteran status (S2101): Fort Worth. [Data set]. American Community Survey.

  3. Texas Health and Human Services. (2023, March 1). Appendix XXXI, Monthly income/resource limits. In STAR+PLUS Handbook.

  4. Fort Worth Housing Solutions. (2022). Do I qualify for Housing Choice Vouchers?

  5. Social Security Administration. (2019). The faces and facts of disability: Facts.

  6. Texas Young Lawyers Association & State Bar of Texas. (2019). Tenants’ Rights Handbook.

  7. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. (2022). Reasonable accommodations and modifications.

  8. United States Census Bureau. (2021). Population 65 years and over in the United States (S0103): Fort Worth. [Data set]. American Community Survey.

  9. U.S. News and World Report. (2023). Best hospitals in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX.

  10. WalkScore. (2023). Living in Fort Worth.

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