A guide to senior living residential facilities in Central Austin

The Village at the Triangle, located at 4517 Triangle Ave., is one of the senior living residences located in Central Austin. Courtesy Village at the Triangle
The Village at the Triangle, located at 4517 Triangle Ave., is one of the senior living residences located in Central Austin. Courtesy Village at the Triangle

The Village at the Triangle, located at 4517 Triangle Ave., is one of the senior living residences located in Central Austin. Courtesy Village at the Triangle

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Seniors age 65 and older make up about 9% of the Central Austin population. Sources: U.S. Census Bureau Annual Community Survey/Community Impact Newspaper
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As the number of senior adults nationwide and in the Central Austin area continues to grow, so does demand for residential options. The following list is not comprehensive.

Austin Health Care and Rehab

Skilled nursing

3509 Rogge Lane

512-926-2070


Austin Retirement and Nursing Center

Skilled nursing

6909 Burnet Lane

512-452-5719

www.austinrnc.com

Barton Hills Assisted Living

Assisted living

1606 Nash Ave.

512-441-6000

www.bartonhillsal.com

Brookdale Northwest Hills

Assisted living and memory care

5715 Mesa Drive

512-454-5900

www.brookdale.com

Focused Care at Stonebriar

Skilled nursing

110 E. Live Oak St.

512-444-3511

www.fpacp.com

Heritage Park Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center

Skilled unrsing

2806 Real St.

512-474-1411

www.regencyhealthcare.com/locations/heritage-park

Overture Mueller Apartment Homes

Independent living

4818 Berkman Drive

512-643-5555

www.liveoverture.com

Parsons House Austin

Independent living, assisted living

1130 Camino La Costa

512-774-6556

www.parsonshouseaustin.com

Southern Hospitality Home

Assisted living

5000 Shoalwood Ave.

512-451-8400

www.southernhospitalityhome.net

The Village at the Triangle

Independent living, assisted living and memory care

4517 Triangle Ave.

512-323-0933

www.rcmseniorliving.com

Westminster Manor

Independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing

4100-4200 Jackson Ave.

512-454-2140

www.westminsteraustintx.org
By Jack Flagler
Jack is the editor of Community Impact Newspaper's Central Austin and Southwest Austin editions. He began his career as a sports reporter in Massachusetts and North Carolina before moving to Austin in 2018. He grew up in Maine and graduated from Boston University, but prefers tacos al pastor to lobster rolls. You can get in touch at jflagler@communityimpact.com


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