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Retirement Communities

Rochester Business Journal
October 19, 2012

Information was provided by retirement communities that responded to an email survey. The survey area included Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties. View list.

1  Legacy Senior Living Communities
2  Seneca Towers Inc.
3  Charlotte Harbortown Homes
4  Pinnacle Place Apartments
5  The Villages at Unity
6  Dunn Towers Apartments
7  Plymouth Gardens
8  Parkwood Heights Senior Living Community
9  Fairport Baptist Homes Senior Housing
10  Cloverwood Senior Living Inc.
11  Linden Knoll
12  Rivers Run Active Adult Community
13  Hahnemann Square Apartments
14  Valley Manor Custom Apartment Homes
15  Chapel Oaks
16  Maplewood Estates
17  The Legends at North Ponds
18  Long Pond Garden Senior Apartments
19  College Greene Senior Apartments
20  The Gables at Brighton
21  Mill Landing
22  Seth Green Park
23  Jefferson Park Senior Apartments
24  Pinehurst Senior Living Community
25  Cobbs Hill Village


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