Senior Living Guide: 19 residential options in Sugar Land and Missouri City

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As the number of senior adults nationwide and in the Sugar Land and Missouri City areas continues to grow, so does demand for residential options. The following list is not comprehensive.



SUGAR LAND


1. Atria Sugar Land (assisted living)

1401 Soldiers Field Drive

281-617-2225

www.atriaseniorliving.com/retirement-communities/atria-sugar-land-sugar-land-tx

2. The Auberge at Sugar Land (memory care)

1221 Seventh St.

281-277-1221

www.aubergesugarland.com

3. Barton House (memory care)

2229 Williams Trace Blvd.

281-313-2500

www.barton-house.com

4. Brookdale First Colony (independent living)

16900 Lexington Blvd.

281-299-3707

www.brookdale.com/en/communities/brookdale-first-colony.html?oldurl=/communities/terrace-at-first-colony/

5. Brookdale Sugar Land (assisted living, memory care)

151 Commerce Green Blvd.

281-318-5019

https://www.brookdale.com/en/communities/brookdale-sugar-land.html

6. Clayton Oaks Living (assisted living, memory care)

21175 Hwy. 59

281-201-6995

www.rcmseniorliving.com/senior-living/tx/richmond/clayton-oaks-living/

7. Colonial Oaks Senior Living at First Colony (assisted living, memory care)

13825 Lexington Blvd.

281-277-0900

www.colonialoaks.com/locations/first-colony

8. The Crescent (skilled nursing)

11353 Sugar Park Lane

281-276-2050

www.cantexcc.com/skilled-nursing/locations/the-crescent

9. Greatwood at Sugar Land (Independent living, Assisted living)

7001 Riverbrook Drive

281-729-5880

www.seniorlifestyle.com/property/texas/greatwood-at-sugarland

10. Inspired Living (independent living, assisted living, memory care)

6400 Oilfield Road

832-564-3260

www.inspiredliving.care/inspired-living-at-sugar-land

11. Landon Ridge Sugar Land Assisted Living and Memory Care (assisted living, memory care)

770 Brooks St.

281-968-5707

www.sagora.com/sugarland

12. Landon Ridge Sugar Land Independent Living (independent living)

744 Brooks St.

281-968-6866

www.sagora.com/sugarland

13. Optimum Personal Care Sugar Land (assisted living, memory care, hospice care, disability care, respite care)

1110 Lakeview Drive

281-565-4144




MISSOURI CITY


14. The Avenues of Fort Bend (assisted living, memory care)

3505 FM 1092

281-336-9998

www.avenuesoffortbend.com

15. Chelsea Gardens Rehabilitation (skilled nursing, rehabilitation, outpatient therapy)

4422 Riverstone Blvd.

281-499-5040

www.chelseagardensnh.com

16. Optimum Personal Care (assisted living, memory care, hospice care, disability care, respite care)

2021 FM 1092

281-565-4144

www.optimumpersonalcare.com

17. Park Manor of Quail Valley (skilled nursing, rehabilitation)

2350 FM 1092

281-499-9333

www.parkmanor-quailvalley.com

18. Villa at Riverstone (assisted living, memory care)

20313 S University Blvd.

281-778-2881

www.villaatriverstone.com

19. Windsor Quail Valley Post-Acute Healthcare (skilled nursing, rehabilitation)

3640 Hampton Drive

281-778-5144
By Beth Marshall
Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.


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