17 senior living facilities in Richardson

The Monarch at Richardson
The Monarch at Richardson offers assisted living and memory care services. (Courtesy The Monarch at Richardson)

The Monarch at Richardson offers assisted living and memory care services. (Courtesy The Monarch at Richardson)

Appletree Court

870 W. Arapaho Road



Type: assisted living

Arden Courts of Richardson

410 Buckingham Road


www.arden-courts.com/ richardson

Type: memory care

Cottonwood Creek Healthcare Community

1111 West Shore Drive



Type: assisted living, memory care, nursing home/skilled nursing

Dignified Living

2206 Blue Cypress Drive (A)

3304 Blue Bell Place (B)



Type: assisted living

The Family’s Choice

2212 Bluebonnet Drive



Type: assisted living

Faith Comfort Care

525 Birch Lane



Type: memory care, hospice care

Guardian Angels Group Home

426 Birch Lane



Type: assisted living, memory care

Heritage House of Richardson

2997 Greenfield Drive



Type: independent living, assisted living, hospice care, memory care

Lindan Park Rehabilitation & Nursing Center

1510 N. Plano Road, Richardson



Type: nursing home/skilled nursing, hospice care

The Monarch at Richardson

1493 Richardson Drive



Type: assisted living, memory care

The Plaza at Richardson

1301 Richardson Drive



Type: memory care, hospice care

The Reserve at Richardson

1610 Richardson Drive



Type: nursing home/skilled nursing

San Remo

3550 N. Shiloh Road



Type: nursing home/skilled nursing

Sunray Community

2129 E. Arapaho Road


Type: independent living

Twin Rivers Senior Living

1720 N. Plano Road



Type: assisted living, memory care

The Village at Richardson

1111 Rockingham Drive



Type: nursing home/skilled nursing

The Wellington at Arapaho

600 W. Arapaho Road



Type: independent living, assisted living

By Olivia Lueckemeyer

Olivia Lueckemeyer graduated in 2013 from Loyola University New Orleans with a degree in journalism. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2016 as reporter for the Southwest Austin edition before her promotion to editor in March 2017. In July 2018 she returned home to the Dallas area and became editor of the Richardson edition.


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The business sustained significant damage during the Oct. 20 tornado, forcing it to undergo a complete remodel.

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American Red Cross sees urgent need for blood donations

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Collin College approves 2020-21 academic calendar

Collin College approved its 2020-21 academic calendar Feb. 25 at a board meeting.

The business offers specialty and customizable pizzas. (Courtesy Mario's Pizza)
Mario's Pizza opens in northeast Richardson

The business offers pizzas, pastas, sub and more by delivery only.

Motorcycle Training Center provides riding courses and classroom instruction. (Courtesy city of Richardson)
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The facility had been operating in a parking lot on Plano Road for more than 10 years.

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Eric Eager and Bridgett Hudson answer questions about their priorities for the district.

A rendering shows how the new lobby of the Richardson Senior Center will look post-renovation. (Courtesy PGAL)
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A temporary center will open at the Methodist campus on Campbell Road no later than March 30.

The district has lost roughly 1,900 students in the last four years, according to a presentation at a  Feb. 18 work session, and the trend is expected to continue. (Gavin Pugh/Community Impact Newspaper)
Plano ISD enrollment expected to continue dropping in next decade

Enrollment at Plano ISD is expected to continue to decline in the next decade, according to a report from a Feb. 18 work session.

CrossFit Sirius announced via Facebook it is now closed. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Crossfit Sirius closes its doors in Richardson

The gym specialized in compound functional training for all ages.

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A proposed construction project at Williams High School may cost roughly $14 million and be financed via remaining funds from Plano ISD’s 2016 bond.

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