Meeting a growing need

Senior living apartments

Real options for active seniors.

As active seniors continue to form the highest growing demographic group in the United States, more and more are looking to downsize into an active senior community without paying a premium. We offer senior living apartments positioned for the untapped middle market in Indiana. RealAmerica’s senior living model includes upscale features and amenities at a moderate price point. Our senior living communities also include affordable housing developments.

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Featured properties

Our senior living apartments provide quality and community for active seniors — with luxury details and as-needed services.

41 North Senior Living

41 North Senior Living

Independent senior living in Fort Wayne, IN - Coming Winter 2022

Ritchey Reserve

Ritchey Reserve

Luxury, independent senior living in Fishers, IN

North Harrison Senior Apartments

North Harrison Senior Apartments

Affordable senior living in Shelbyville, IN

Lake Park Apartments

Lake Park Apartments

Affordable senior living in Hobart, IN

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residents and communities.

Being able to live here has allowed me to be close to my husband. He's in the nursing home that's within walking distance. Finding a place that I can afford by myself and still be able to see my husband every day means more than I can ever say. Living here has been a godsend.

ResidentWillow Manor

RealAmerica has played an important part in our housing strategy. Their communities fit well with our Master Plan and have played a significant part in providing housing for the seniors of Brown County.

R.D. KirlinFormer Town Council President of Nashville, Indiana

RealAmerica has a real passion for the people that actually live in these properties. This demonstrates to our residents that we can provide affordable or equitable senior housing here in our community, and it's still a property that we can all be proud of.

Scott FadnessMayor of Fishers, Indiana