Locals in Mesa, AZ often notice increased traffic during the winter months. The December to March temperatures hover around 70 degrees. That’s good news for older adults who want to beat seasonal depression in colder zones.
Don’t just be a Mesa retirement snowbird. Consider finding a senior living or retirement community in this Phoenix suburb and live the life you deserve!
Broadway Mesa Village is a senior living community that can’t wait to introduce you to a perfect retirement in Mesa, AZ. Join us for a tour of our city’s:
- Entertainment options
- Nature escapes
- Tax information
- Senior care costs
- Assisted living and memory care information
Where is Mesa, Arizona?
You can find Mesa outside Phoenix in the East Valley and before the Superstition Mountains. Close to both the big city and scenic getaways, our town features:
- Friendly folks
- Recreational activities
- An economy where your retirement dollar can go a long way
Is Mesa a good place to retire?
The population of 500,000 doubles when temperatures in other parts of the country drop. However, our city is more than just a destination because of its weather. Consider these activities in Mesa retirement:
- Mesa Arts Center (free)
- Cubs baseball at Sloan Park ($9 seats)
- Mesa Historical Museum ($5 for seniors)
- Mesa marketplace swap meet ($3 breakfast)
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can plan the following activities:
- Desert Belle Cruises
- Hiking and RV camping
- Boyce Thompson Arboretum
Why does my retirement dollar go further in Mesa?
Residents of Arizona often spend less of their money on taxes than they would in other states, which offers them more opportunities to pay for products and services of their choice.
|Non-taxable items in Arizona
|Other Arizona tax information
Where should I live in Mesa?
If you buy a home in Mesa, expect that to be an investment. According to Zillow, from 2020 to 2021, many homes in the Phoenix area appreciated by $100,000. Fresh into retirement, a home may be what you want, but leaving the burdens of homeownership behind is ideal as you age.
Broadway Mesa Village is where you can live independently while having plenty of time to relax and enjoy your retirement. Residents live an engaging lifestyle with plenty of opportunities for socialization. We are also very close to one of the top hospitals in the state, Banner Baywood Medical Center.
What’s Broadway Mesa Village?
Assisted living and memory care in the desirable northeast section of Mesa:
What is the cost of assisted living in Mesa?
The folks who only come down for a few months a year generally pay between $2500 and $3500 for a condo, according to Vacasa.com. Your money can go considerably further if you are a full-time Mesa retirement resident.
Another Arizona bonus is the cost of assisted living. At a better value than the national average, our senior care services tend to be more economical when compared to several-month rentals. Read more about the pricing structure of independent living, assisted living, and memory care.
At Broadway Mesa Village, your monthly rent includes:
- Three chef-inspired seasonal meals and snacks per day made year-round with local ingredients
- Housekeeping, linen, and maintenance services
- Scheduled transportation to appointments, shopping, and outings
- Activities from jewelry making to live music and happy hours
- Care services and enrichment from a dedicated team who feel fulfilled providing for residents
Where can I learn more about retirement living in Mesa?
Contact us for in-person or virtual tours of Broadway Mesa Village. Our local senior living specialist can answer your questions about joining our supportive Mesa retirement community. We’ll even point you in the direction of unique local flavors and fun. Join us on Facebook for more fun!