Senior apartments Hamilton

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Senior apartments are ideal for anyone 55 and older who can live independently and want to have a community of people their age. The apartments listed below offer an upgrade over neighbourhood or condo living. Buildings are made with seniors in mind, ideal for people from throughout the Region, including Stoney Creek, Dundas, Waterdown, the Mountain and other areas. Communities are welcoming seniors now!

Senior apartments in the Regional Municipality of Hamilton

The Village of Wentworth Heights  

1620 Upper Wentworth St., Hamilton, Ontario, L9B 2W3

The Village of Wentworth Heights is a full-service retirement living community offering retirement apartments, full-service suites, assisted living and memory care.

Lifestyle Options: Apartments, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Parkland Ancaster  

558 Golf Links Rd., Hamilton, Ontario, L9G 4W9

At Parkland Ancaster, we will offer a luxurious, vibrant, social lifestyle in a beautiful safe, premium home. Enjoy upscale amenities, creating a supportive space for you to thrive socially and lead fulfilling lives.

Lifestyle Options: Apartments, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Five tips to help you find a Hamilton seniors’ apartment

1. Location, location, location. Think about what area of the city you want to live in. Where will you have access to the conveniences that matter to you? Ideally, you want as much as possible within walking distance. 

2. Talk to residents. Ask for references from the owner, of course, but if you can meet people on your own. Consult our reviews of Hamilton senior housing

3. Visit buildings more than once—and try different times of the day. A place might make a strong first impression but you can’t always rely on that. Visit buildings during different times of the day or week and you’ll see things in a different light.

4. Take one of your kids or someone else you trust. Others see things differently. 

5. Look for places that are new, recently updated, or have renovation plans. If the seniors’ building isn’t accessibly designed to your liking, keep looking. Can you see yourself living there ten years from now? Think about your own and your family’s medical history. Will it still be suitable for you five years from now? 

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On our main page of senior apartments and elsewhere across our site, we take a deeper look at the decision process, moving, and more.

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