We have listed Assisted Living-NYC in the five boroughs of the New York City area: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx.
This page features Manhattan.
Here you will find a comprehensive listing of Assisted Living NYC facilities by services. For assisted living resources for New York, also see our Northeast States page.
Finding facilities by the services you need is your first step. For instance, if you wish a more independent community with assisted living option, you will find that category. We also have categories for other services.
Facilities often have formal assessments to further define the services you will need so your first step is to find a facility that is a fit for your needs.
You already know Manhattan is expensive to live in but do you know the costs of living in an assisted facility. Compare what it would cost to live in your home in NYC to a community there where meals and upkeep may cost less or about the same. The Genworth Survey of Assisted Living Costs shows the following average costs for Manhattan:
National Average: $42,000/annually
New York State: $44,205 (slightly above average)
Private 1-bedroom in Manhattan: $62,760/annually (above national average)
Private 1-bedroom in Brooklyn: $43,200
Long Island: $65,280
Brookdale Battery Park - By Brookdale Living - elegant Independent and living in the city - Social activities, indoor pool, concierge and more.
Alma Rangel Gardens 55 West 137th Street New York, NY (917) 507-1108 - low income housing - 89 units offers social and recreational services - social and recreation programs in enriched housing. New York Foundation for Senior Citizens
Frederic Fleming Residence 443-445 West 22nd Street New York, NY - (212) 242-5277 - 47 units by Westside Federation for Senior Housing
Carnegie East House 1844 Second Avenue - 120 Studio, 1 and 2 bedrooms - non-profit enriched housing established in 1993 by Health Advocates for Older People - non-profit. Many services and amenities included in a monthly fee. Library, computers, in-house pharmacy, spa-like beauty/barber and more. Carnegie East House
The following are low income enriched housing facilities by New York Foundation for Senior Citizens:
Clinton Gardens 404-412 West 54th Street - social and recreational services since 1993 - low income housing by New York Foundation for Senior Citizens. Clinton Gardens
1850 Second Avenue Since 1990. Beautiful building of 48 units low income housing. subsidized, low income housing for seniors and families. 1850 Second Avenue
Ridge Street Gardens Lower East side. Since 1992, 100 units - low income housing for seniors. Ridge Sreet Gardens
Arthur B. Brown and William Brown Gardens - Subsidized housing since 1985. East 93rd St. Brown Gardens
Lott Residence Overlooks Central Park with a view. Accepts Medicaid. 127 studio apartments with full kitchens, living room and private bath. Concierge, activities. Full time physician, nurses and on-call button. "Serves as a state and national model" of assisted living. So many amenities and services. Lott Residence
West Seventy-Fourth Street Residence - Upper West side. Affordably priced with many amenities and services. All inclusive monthly fee. Kosher kitchen.
Village at 46th & Ten Mid Town Manhattan with plenty to do outside your door. New York City culture. Village Care features for over 30 years many care options. Village at 46th & Ten
Eightieth Street Residence 430 East 80th Street - (212) 717-8888 - Specializes in memory care and presented with first award for excellence by the Alzheimer's Foundation. Enhanced memory care. On-site physician and nurses. Semi-private and private rooms.
Each floor has residents with like cognitive abilities. Family-style dining and living room on each floor. Activities - roof garden and more. "Only facility in New York City specializing in memory care." 80th Street Residence
Also see Resource page for the Northeast.
Long Island has more facilities than any other area of New York. See our comprehensive list of facilities for Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island.