Dallas Retirement Housing Options
Only in cities do you find hi-rise apartments
and condos, co-ops, lofts, to name several types. Mixed
use projects with residential, retail and office allows
one to walk to a nice restaurants for dinner or walk/bike
to your office. Cities contain many levels of homes,
from some of the nicest most upscale luxury residences
anywhere to government assisted apartment communities.
Cities have many more rental properties. Single family
homes are still available usually in the form of cluster
Retirement housing in Dallas TX is varied
and plentiful with active adult communities, high rise
condos, senior apartments for rent, condos, lofts, downtown
residential complexes, villas, duplexes, and single
family homes for over 55 boomers and seniors.
Poplar locations for retirees in Dallas
TX are in Uptown neighborhoods, Arlington, North Richland
Hills, Cedar Hill, Gunter, Addison, Carrollton, Garland,
Irving, Denton, Rockwall Fort Worth and others.
Texas Retirement Communities
Luxury Rental Retirement Community
Classic Residence by Hyatt in North Dallas
5455 La Sierra Drive
Dallas, TX 75231
The Sterling at Turtle Creek
3141 Hood St, Dallas, TX 75219
Ideally located in the heart of Uptown, Azure has taken
the idea of resort style living to whole new level.
The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton
Situated in the epicenter of Uptown adjacent to The
Crescent, Ritz-Carlton residents will enjoy a daily
indulgence of style, service and sophistication
The Stoneleigh Residences
Nestled between Dallas' premier Turtle Creek and Uptown
neighborhoods, The Stoneleigh Residences is set in a
vibrant, eclectic pedestrian-friendly urban atmosphere.
Located in Uptown within walking distance of the plenty
of restaurants, the West End and Victory Park. 24 hour
concierge, salt water pool 20x40 ft viewing windows.
2012 Cedar Springs
Located next to The Crescent and across from the new
Ritz-Carlton. 20 foot Ceilings, expansive living spaces,
and incredible downtown views
This one of a kind building is located in the Heart
of State Thomas. It overlooks a seven acre park and
many of the two story lofts feature incredible skyline
The House By Starck
This is the second high rise planned for Victory Park.
The House is a 28 story tower comprised of 150 residences
with interiors designed by world famous designer Philippe
Many consider Dallas to be among the
best retirement cities in the U.S. Here are some other
reasons to choose living in Dallas.
studies have shown that a good group of friends is more
important to a happy retirement than money or health.
Dallas offers many opportunities with civic groups and
hobby clubs to generate a solid core group of friends.
These friends can help ward off the problems of aging
like dementia and health issues.
rural living isn't good for seniors who can't drive
since they require someone's help to get around. The
expenses of transportation add up quickly for fixed-income
seniors so the public transportation of Dallas is quite
beneficial. Even better is that most public transit
systems have senior rates that are much cheaper than
Access to Medical Services:
it's pretty obvious that if you live near a hospital,
you're more likely to survive a medical emergency. Despite
how your mind feels, the body starts to break down and
there's a good chance you'll need a hospital visit during
your retirement years. Living in Dallas is great since
there are more specialists and medical services available
and at cheaper rates.
Access to Local Businesses:
city living offers walking distance to most businesses
that you'll ever use in your retirement years. Even
if you need to travel, there are a lot more shopping
centers and discount stores in urban areas.
Fitness: exercise is
critical to keeping healthy during your retirement years.
Cities have every type of fitness facility from standard
fitness centers to niche fitness places like indoor
rock climbing walls so there's something for everyone.
Even if you want to exercise on your own, there's tons
of parks or indoor malls to enjoy walking in.
today’s seniors know the importance of exercising
their brains, as well as their bodies. Urban living
provides access to a wide range of classes, through
local universities, museums, city recreation departments,
etc. Enrolling in these types of courses can help stave
off the depression that some people feel once they stop
working full time.
Food and Entertainment:
retirement should be full of activities you never had
a chance to enjoy while working. Dinners out to fancy
restaurants or weekend getaways to a nearby city or
historical site are all possible living in a city. Usually,
cities have tons of entertainment venues like theaters
and museums and there's always something going on.