Independent Living Pasadena Offers Resort-style Amenities & Services
For unsurpassed independent living, Pasadena families turn to MorningStar of Pasadena. Our 55+ senior living community is designed to provide carefree retirement years and includes an array of hospitality and senior care services, luxury amenities, and signature wellness programs and activities. We offer 115 independent living & assisted living suites, and recently added 28 memory care suites with upgraded studio and one-bedroom suites, large dining room, life enrichment room, and large private garden and terrace. Read More
In Summer 2022, we renovated the concierge/reception area, family parlor, spacious dining room with added booths, bistro with access to a courtyard, game lounge, movie theater, enlarged salon, sky terrace with panoramic view of South Pasadena, fitness center, art studio with terrace, and expanded first floor library.
We are located 10 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. The Norton Simon Museum, Rose Bowl Stadium, and Los Angeles Zoo are a few of the main attractions within 10 miles of our community.
Independent Living Pasadena – Thrive in Comfort, Style, & Community
Each suite is move-in ready with window blinds, kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator, and handicap-accessible bathroom, needing only your personal furnishings and belongings. We also offer a broad range of onsite resort-style amenities and services.
If you are ready for carefree retirement years and looking for the finest independent living in Pasadena, contact us to schedule a private tour today.
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I love working with seniors under MorningStar’s mission, knowing I can make a difference by providing a gentle touch, kind word, listening ear or a caring act in challenging situations. Seniors provide us with wisdom on dealing with and enjoying life to its fullest. I am thankful to be part of the MorningStar Family as I can really relate to our mission, vision and core values.
The first senior I ever loved was Grandma Mary. Although she had many struggles, I do not recall a single day that she was not full of joy. I learned never to give up from my beautiful, “tough as nails” Grandma. She lived each day to the fullest, inspiring me to do the same. I have always felt called to serve and have been drawn to the guiding wisdom of seniors. It is so important to honor them for all they have given us.
The first senior I ever loved was my grandmother, now 100 years old and living in Pasadena. Her nurture taught me how to care and love for others and provide for my own family. Strong Christian values were instilled in me growing up in church in Pasadena where I've led praise and worship. Now, for my employer (MorningStar!) to align with who I am outside of work, well, it’s perfect. Christian values are a great moral compass in delivering dignity and respect to all.