Find your perfect senior independent living community on Long Island
Enjoy a robust retirement without having to go too far from the city by living in Long Island. Its communities offer convenient access to beaches and the great outdoors.
Living in Long Island
If you’re looking to retire from the 9-to-5 of New York City but don’t want to stray too far from the vibrant culture, consider a retirement on Long Island. Its various towns are located close to the beach, so you’re never more than a 30-minute drive from white sands and relaxation.
Long Island boasts more than beaches, though. It has several top-notch golf courses, including Shinnecock Hills and Bethpage Black. There are many parks including Robert Moses State Park to enjoy hiking and bird watching as well.
- Long Island residents pay an average of $5,222 a month for senior housing across all care types.
- On average, it costs $5,222 per month for Independent Living. Assisted Living costs $5,222 per month and Memory Care costs $5,222 per month.
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