Retiring in Texas? What Texas Seniors Should Know About Independent Living
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If you love living in the heart of Fort Worth, you’ll love The Stayton. The Stayton at Museum Way offers independent living suites for urban dwellers who enjoy having the best of Fort Worth at their doorsteps. Situated in the West 7th Cultural District, residents are just blocks away from exciting shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural experiences.
Our independent living residents enjoy this vibrant neighborhood, and end the day sipping fine wine in our Sky Lounge and taking in the views of Fort Worth from our Skyline Restaurant. Life at The Stayton also includes access to exemplary amenities, services and enrichment opportunities that can be enjoyed right here.
Select a residence that’s as unique and distinctive as you are. Here are just a few samples of our independent living floor plans.
The Stayton is a distinguished and distinctive senior living experience unlike any other. Independent living residents gain access to resort-style amenities and services, as well as a world of engaging activities.
Stylish, sophisticated and cultured. These are the people who call The Stayton home. Here, residents have the freedom to explore their passions and form new social bonds. Community living at The Stayton gives residents the freedom to pursue their passions and enjoy their independence at this stage in life. Residents also enjoy effortless access to cultural attractions, dining and entertainment venues in Fort Worth and nearby Dallas.
There is a little something for everyone in Fort Worth! Here are some highlights.
Our architects positioned The Stayton to capture panoramic views and bring in natural light while shielding each apartment from the midday Texas sun. Need help? Read our blog post on how to choose a floor plan that fits your lifestyle.
Our independent living culture at The Stayton attracts creative, cosmopolitan and sophisticated individuals from across the state of Texas and around the country. Drawn by our exceptional location, world-class dining options, personalized service and high levels of care, residents here enjoy all that life has to offer. Read more about what they have to say about living here.
One of our goals as we get older is to simplify things, and living here makes things a whole lot simpler.
I love the museums, and I love going to The Bass. I like being so close to downtown. I plan on living to 100. That’s one of the reasons I live at The Stayton, to be active.
“They have so many things, you could be busy every second if you wanted to.”
Do you have questions about independent living at The Stayton? Here are some of the most common questions we receive from prospective residents.
An entrance fee is an upfront sum to help cover community operating expenses and prepay some of the fees that come with offering access to continuing care for life. It also ensures priority access to higher levels of health care, in case you ever need it. Your entrance fee is based on the size of residence you choose and the number of occupants.
The independent living monthly service fees vary based on the size of your residence and the number of occupants. This comprehensive fee covers a variety of services and amenities, including your meal plan, maintenance, housekeeping, utilities, scheduled transportation, concierge services, fitness center, activities and events, and much more.
Independent living, as the name suggests, is for individuals who are able to care for themselves without much assistance. Assisted living, however, offers additional assistance for those who need a caregiver to help with daily tasks like grooming, bathing and dressing. For assisted living residents, these daily care needs are accounted for in their monthly fee.
Pets are permitted in all independent living residences at The Stayton. When you visit, please speak with one of our lifestyle experts for details.
If you have questions, or to schedule a tour of your future home, please contact one of our team members.
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