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UPMC Independent Living Communities

Independent Living

For healthy, self-sufficient seniors, independent living at UPMC Senior Communities means the freedom and privacy of apartment living, with the convenience, security, and activities of a vibrant community in beautiful surroundings. Learn more about our affordable retirement communities in the western Pennsylvania area.

Living at one of UPMC’s Senior Communities means a simpler life with a variety of options and peace of mind, with pricing programs offering extra value and worry-free living.

Life at UPMC’s Senior Communities is retirement living at its best. Enjoy privacy, freedom, and support services when you need them.

On a scenic, tree-lined campus, this three-story, 125-unit retirement community is located just minutes from Monroeville’s vibrant retail and dining district.

Located on a wooded hilltop, Cumberland Woods Village provides the amenities of an upscale resort. Close to stores, churches, and within walking distance of UPMC Passavant, Cumberland Woods Village ensures the pleasures of active living.

A beautifully landscaped campus off Route 8 in Hampton Township, this three-story, 125-unit retirement community is close to the bustling McKnight Road retail district.

Set on a tree-lined shore of the Allegheny River, Lighthouse Pointe Village at Chapel Harbor is a waterfront independent living community with a neighborly mix of well- appointed private homes, townhouses, and condominiums amid parklets and a central town square.

The beautifully landscaped hilltop campus of Seneca Hills Village, a three-story, 124-unit community near Penn Hills, offers dynamic and affordable retirement living. 

Located in Cranberry, Pa, Sherwood Oaks is among the top senior living communities in Pittsburgh, boasting a beautiful, open, landscaped campus. Sherwood Oaks offers financial security with their Lifecare Advantage, where seniors pre-pay for their health care and are fully guaranteed unlimited extended care. Sherwood Oaks also offers Modified Lifecare, a program with a reduced monthly fee and limited health care benefits, as well as a lease and services contract that does not require a long-term commitment. 

Located in Washington, Pa., this 125-unit retirement community is close to the Racetrack Road retail district and offers peace of mind and a comfortable lifestyle. 

Nestled in a woodsy hillside in Scott Township, our three-story, 122-unit retirement community is close to the retail, dining, and entertainment destinations of Bridgeville’s Route 50.

 



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