Senior Living in Boston
Boston, MA is an excellent setting to enjoy a high quality, senior living lifestyle. This city is filled with wonderful restaurants, a rich history, and more. You’ll be able to cheer on the New England Patriots, appreciate the beautiful Atlantic coastline, and chow down on some Boston cream pie.
As you search for the right senior living community, Brookdale has many locations in the Boston area so you can find the one best suited to you. At each of our locations, you’ll find caring staff members, wonderful amenities, and a home-like atmosphere.
Levels of Care Offered
As the largest senior living provider in the country, we are able to offer you choices when it comes to senior living services. These are the different care options that Brookdale offers in the Boston area.
A Partner In Senior Living
At Brookdale, we believe that you deserve to have more than just quality care — you deserve to have a quality experience. The kind of experience where staff members get to know more than just your prescription list, but your pet’s name and their favorite treat as well. For over 40 years, we’ve strived to provide this type of personalized, enriching experience to each of our residents, so they are left feeling like a partner in their own care. We’d love the opportunity to partner with you in creating your own personalized senior living experience.
Things to Do in the City
Have Lunch at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace
The Faneuil Hall Marketplace is where the colonists first protested the Sugar Act in 1764, and since that time it’s expanded to include more than 100 shops and restaurants. Spend the day dining and shopping while admiring one of Boston’s most historic sites.
Enjoy a Game at Fenway Park
Few baseball stadiums are as iconic as Fenway Park. Home of the Boston Red Sox since 1912, you can watch players face off against the legendary “Green Monster”, the stadium’s 37-foot-tall left field wall.
Feed the Ducks at the Boston Public Garden
An oasis in the heart of city, the Boston Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in America. Famous for its Swan Boats, the garden features 24 acres of land with over 600 varieties of trees.