Housing

Jewish Home Lifecare understands the importance for elders of having a safe, comfortable environment in which to live, with easy access to healthcare services when they are needed. Much of Jewish Home’s housing is subsidized, and is some of the best housing value for elders. We offer a variety of housing options for older individuals in the New York metropolitan area, where elders can live independently while enjoying the security of having healthcare professionals on the premises and easy access to supportive services.

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Kittay House

Kittay House, a newly renovated 295-unit apartment building located in a five-acre garden on the Jewish Home Lifecare Bronx campus, offers older adults affordable independent/supportive living at its best. Whether you are entirely independent or need some level of assistance with daily tasks, Kittay House can be the answer. [Read More]

Riverdale House

Located across from beautiful Van Cortlandt Park in Riverdale, the Weinberg Riverdale House is rent-subsidized housing for low-income elders. Riverdale House offers secure apartment living with supportive services provided by Jewish Home Lifecare including health screenings, social services and transportation. [Read More]

 

 The Kenneth Gladstone Building

The Gladstone Building is a rent-subsidized apartment building for low-income elders. Easily accessible by car and public transportation, the six-story building has 49 one-bedroom apartments, 1 two-bedroom apartment and community spaces, including meeting rooms, an arts and crafts room, laundry and offices. [Read More]

 University Avenue Assisted Living

Jewish Home Lifecare’s newly constructed 72-bed University Avenue Assisted Living Located at 2553 University Avenue in the Bronx, University Avenue Assisted Living provides modern, affordable housing for qualified seniors who need supportive services. [Read More] 

 

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Gardens

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Gardens Senior Residence  is rent-subsidized housing for low-income elders. Easily accessible by car or public transportation, Weinberg Gardens contains 71 one-bedroom apartments. [Read More]

 

More about Housing

  • New Affordable Senior Housing in the Bronx -
    Jewish Home Lifecare debuted their newest HUD Section 202 apartment building for low income seniors at its Bronx campus during a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception held on Thursday, June 3. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Gardens, located on Webb Avenue, features 71 one-bedroom apartments along with community spaces and landscaped outdoor areas for tenants.... [Read More]
  • How is Assisted Living Different from other Senior Housing -
    Residents of assisted living facilities need only limited assistance. (The exception is in some dementia-specific facilities, where more extensive services are provided.) Personal care, assistance with medication, and escorts may be included in the monthly rent or may be purchased for additional fees. Once there is a need for skilled nursing on an ongoing basis,... [Read More]
  • What questions should I ask while looking for housing? -
    Asking the following questions can help you find suitable housing within your budget. How will the housing be paid for? What is the total housing cost? What is the best location? What is the best type of living arrangement? Does the facility have the right support services? Does the facility have interesting activities? Are they affordable?... [Read More]

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