Indianapolis (IN) Senior Living Communities
World-class sporting events and a burgeoning cultural scene provides something for everyone in this Midwest state capital. Throw in nearly 300 Indianapolis senior living options—independent living, assisted living, and others—and you have a retirement city that is worth exploring.
Though it’s the 12th largest state in the country, Indianapolis doesn’t act like it. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the overall cost of living is equal to the national average. The median home price is $102,911. The combined state and local tax burden is 7%, according to the Tax Foundation. Senior housing is a good value with assisted living facilities averaging $3,110 a month according to Genworth Financial’s most recent survey. Nursing homes average $207 a day for a private room and $168 for a semi-private.
Not only can you see the Indy 500, Colts, and Pacers, you can also watch U.S. Open Tennis, the Big Ten Basketball Championships, the Brickyard 400 and the Circle City Classic among others.
Yearly events include the Indy Jazz Festival, Indiana State Fair, Indianapolis International Film Festival, Midwest Music Summit, Penrod Art Fair and many others. Year-round cultural attractions include the city’s museum of art, state museum and symphony. Theatergoers will appreciate the city’s diverse selection of theaters including the Indiana Repertory Theater, Phoenix, IndyFringe, and Beef and Boards.
The newly built Cultural Trail is a 7.5-mile bike/pedestrian path that connects five downtown cultural districts including Fountain Square, Indiana Avenue, Mass Ave, Whole District and the Canal and White River State Park.
If you’re ready to begin searching for Indianapolis senior living, expand your search using the link after the last listing on the page. To learn more about senior living options, check out the article “Senior Retirement Lifestyles.” Send us an email if you have any questions.Enter Your Neighborhood into the searchbar at the top of the page to see all the senior care options available.
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