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Senior Living in Baltimore

Baltimore, an area rich in history and brimming with vibrant culture, stands out as a prime destination for retirees. With nearly 15% of Maryland’s population are over 65, the appeal of senior living in Baltimore is undeniable. From the serene landscapes of our Baltimore-area retirement communities to the city’s tax-friendly stance towards retirees, there’s much to explore and enjoy. 


Our Baltimore Area Retirement Communities

  • Fairhaven

    7200 3rd Ave, Sykesville, MD 21784

    Fairhaven in Sykesville, MD offers a lifestyle that allows you to pursue the things you love, with the people you most enjoy.

  • Buckingham's Choice

    3200 Baker Cir, Adamstown, MD 21710

    Buckingham's Choice is Frederick County's premier choice for senior living, offering magnificent mountain vistas, an expansive and manicured campus, and more!

Retire at a Continuing Care Retirement Community in the Baltimore Area

Retiring in a Continuing Care Retirement Community, also known as a CCRC or Life Plan Community, offers older adults a seamless blend of independence and comprehensive care within a vibrant residential setting. CCRCs provide a full spectrum of care options – from independent living to skilled nursing – ensuring residents get the level of healthcare they need without having to move to a different facility. Acts Retirement-Life Communities stands out from other communities and even some other CCRCs by offering a Type A Life Care contract. This ensures residents have unlimited access to enhanced health services like assisted living and skilled nursing care without increases to their monthly costs.

About Acts’ Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Seniors living in our Baltimore area retirement communities get to take it easy knowing health care costs won’t increase as their level of need increases. See the video below for more information.

Why Retire in the Baltimore Area?

Explore the interactive map below to discover amenities, attractions and convenient locations of our Baltimore retirement homes.

  • Amazing Restaurants and Museums: Baltimore is home to many great restaurants including Azumi or Sotto Sopra, as well as museums like the Baltimore Museum of Art or the Maryland Science Center.
  • Outdoor Activities: While Baltimore has plenty to offer those who love the city, the surrounding area offers activities for outdoor enthusiasts – including boating, fishing, golfing, and more.
  • Small-Town Feel: It may be a major city, but locals says Baltimore has a “small-town feel,” making it a very fun and friendly place to retire.

More Reasons to Retire in Baltimore

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    Tax-Friendly: Taxes in Maryland for retirees are very friendly. Social Security and Railroad Retirement benefits are not taxed, and there are other tax benefits for pensions, senior citizen tax credits, and property taxes.

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    Access to Other Cities & Beaches: Whether you love the beach, or wish to take a trip to New York City, Philadelphia, or Washington DC, you can easily do it from Baltimore.

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    Walkability: Baltimore is one of the most walkable major cities in the Unites States, making it an excellent choice for seniors who wish to stay active.

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    Great for Sports Lovers: Cheer on the Baltimore Ravens in football, the Baltimore Orioles in baseball, or catch a game featuring the Loyola Greyhounds or the Morgan State Bears at the collegiate level.

Acts Network of Retirement Communities

Our Baltimore retirement home residents can visit any Acts community throughout the United States. That includes communities in Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, and more! It’s just one of the perks of being an Acts resident.

Acts has a commitment to excellence by continually evaluating its processes through external and internal processes. Acts' financial performance is regularly reviewed by Fitch ratings, the organization maintains an ethics trust accreditation, and Acts regularly completes resident surveys.