When it comes to choosing an assisted living community, there are many things to consider. It’s important to find quality care, friendly staff, a place that won’t break the bank, and a good location, especially one that’s proximal to things to do and to your family. This is why we love our location at BridgeWater Assisted Living in Midtown Phoenix. It’s close to so many dining and activity options and easy to get to. Plus, Midtown includes both the Central Phoenix Corridor and the Financial District.
Here are three great things about Midtown Phoenix.
The Central Corridor is an important part of Midtown Phoenix, one that attracts many to the area. It’s a popular neighborhood that has many restaurants, coffee shops, and little bistros—something for everyone! World-class culinary talent is found here as well, in places like Clever Koi, Postino Central, and St. Francis. Central Avenue is filled with restaurants, so you have your choice of wherever you want to go. From burgers to fusion to cultural food, there’s a bit of everything. It also makes it easy for families to get together with their loved ones for a celebration or simply a nice dinner out.
In addition to great dining, Midtown Phoenix is home to fantastic art, cultural galleries, and museums. The Lisa Sette Gallery is a minimalist space filled with contemporary pieces that you’re sure to have never seen before. There’s also the Heard Museum just one train stop away. Here you’ll find one of Arizona’s premier Native American art collections, which includes more than 1,700 Hopi katsina figures. The Phoenix Art Museum, the Comerica Theatre, and the Phoenix Convention Center are all also local attractions.
With the weather always sunny in Phoenix, why wouldn’t you want to be outside as much as possible? In Midtown Phoenix, there are bike trails, hiking trails, and even mountain biking. For those who enjoy golf, there’s the Encanto Golf Course nearby, which was listed by Forbes as one of the Nation’s 12 best City Parks, and Mountain Shadows Golf Club, which is found in the foothills of Camelback Mountain. There’s also the Desert Botanical Garden, which is a living museum that includes 50,000 desert plants.
Choosing an assisted living community that fits your needs and desires is so important. When you choose a senior living community, you want to have the same freedoms you’ve always had. By living in a location like BridgeWater at Midtown Phoenix, you have access to all of the above great things. We also offer transportation options that can help you access these attractions, making it even easier for you to get around town.
These are just a few great things about Midtown Phoenix, but there are more things to love. Give us a call today to learn more about BridgeWater Assisted Living or schedule a tour. We’re happy to tell you more both about our community and about the surrounding neighborhood.