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Search assisted living communities in New York. Find assisted living homes that offer a number of different amenities and services ranging from laundry services, social events and more.

Featured Assisted Living Communities in New York

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Atria Crossgate

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Albany, NY
starting at $3,750 monthly
Atria Senior Living
 
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Atria Shaker

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Albany, NY
starting at $3,860 monthly
Atria Senior Living
 
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Atria Woodlands

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Ardsley, NY
starting at $5,195 monthly
Atria Senior Living
 
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Atria Bay Shore

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Bay Shore, NY
starting at $4,990 monthly
Atria Senior Living
 
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Atria Briarcliff Manor

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Briarcliff Manor, NY
starting at $5,795 monthly
Atria Senior Living
 
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Sunrise at Mill Basin

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Brooklyn, NY
starting at $5,070 monthly
Sunrise Senior Living
 
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Sunrise at Sheepshead Bay

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Brooklyn, NY
starting at $5,310 monthly
Sunrise Senior Living
 
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Quail Summit

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Canandaigua, NY
starting at $2,225 monthly
Grace Management
 
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Walden Place - NY

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Cortland, NY
starting at $2,745 monthly
Senior Lifestyle Corp
 
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Sunrise of Dix Hills

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Dix Hills, NY
starting at $5,670 monthly
Sunrise Senior Living
 


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