Parkshore Senior Campus - Minneapolis, MN

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Aging in Place
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Podiatrist Available
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Activities Offsite
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Male Residents Accepted
  • Female Residents Only
  • Doctor on Call
  • Nurse on Call
  • Homecare Onsite
  • Dentist Available

Customer Reviews

Definitely a place to consider.

This place is seriously fabulous. Unfortunately, there was not a unit available for our time needs. I completely understand why there is a waitlist.

Very Nice

My loved ones have moved into Parkshore Senior Campus, and I really like it here. The staff are really good, and the whole ambiance of the place is very nice. My loved ones rave about the food, and I like that it's very clean and close by. I would recommend Parkshore to other families.

Memory Care unit was the right place at the right time...

I moved my parents into Parkwood Shores in 2015 after my mom had a fall and discovering that dad was not able to fend for himself while she was in rehab. Also in rehab it became clear that they were not taking their medications and that dementia was becoming a problem. The fourth floor is the Alzheimer's unit. It's a secure floor with doors locked and you need a code to get out. That was a good thing for my parents because they would get lost. After a few days there they became more comfortable and I'm not sure they were aware that they were locked in - it became home and familiar. I was happy that they were safe and not needing to go out to get groceries or drive or have to cook and leave the stove on. Staff took them by van to appointments and to outside activities which they enjoyed for awhile - Alzheimer's made the world they were comfortable in very small, and it doesn't get better, so having them in a now familiar place was perfect for them in their situation. The care was pretty good - it's a very difficult job - and it's never going to be "as good as if they were home". But I think that's a fallacy, because 24-hour care really, in my opinion, can't be done by family alone. We couldn't have done it ourselves.

Great marketing, but the reality is poor.

Parkshore has a great marketing department, but that is about where it ends. We had a great tour, but discovered pretty soon they weren't very upfront about the waiting list. We were very clear that our mom was moving from out of state and we were concerned about her fitting in and making friends. They talked up all the wonderful things they did to help residents when they move in, but upon moving in, aside from a activities calendar review, mom was on her own to figure it out. We were also clear that mom had some mild cognitive issues, but was still very independent. They expounded upon how they could easily "bridge the gap" between independent living and memory care with a la carte services, but very quickly pushed us to move her into memory care at 3-4X the cost after the staff noticed any memory lapse.

Not bad

My loved one enjoys the variety of food offered. The community is kept clean and the grounds are nice. There is not a lot of parking close to the community. The staff are great. They are friendly and helpful. I would recommend asking a lot of questions when you look at a community.

Tour of Parkshore

This is a nice community that seems to offer live programming and good activities. They have some nice amenities including a swimming pool and hot tub. The people we met were friendly.

Really liked this community

Parkshore Senior Campus is a fabulous community. We really liked this community. They gave a very nice presentation and everyone seemed very friendly. We were on the waitlist for this facility until our loved one had a fall. We ended up choosing another community based on her care needs.

Helpful Staff!!

I have no complaints about how things went during my tour of this community . The staff where on time to our appointment and made sure to answer questions we had for them. They had a nice floor plan with lots of great amenities available to all of the residents. It was just not the right fit in the end decision.

Parkshore is a wonderful place

My dad picked Parkshore after touring several other local assisted living facilities. He moved in last week and the experience so far has been great. He started with a thorough on-boarding meeting with his care coordinator. He loves not having a set time for meals, rather there is a flexible window of time. He says the food is great and there are plenty of choices.

They have a physician who visits monthly and a GNP that comes by weekly and Park Nicollet clinic is right around the corner.

They have a great local shuttle system that takes residents to shopping, the grocery store, banks, clinics.

The front desk phone is answered 24/7.

From what I have seen so far, Parkshore is committed to proactively looking out for my dad's well-being. I am very comfortable with him living there.

Nice Tour, But Not The One For Us

I had a nice tour of this community. I toured it for my mother, and her needs. The community appeared to be well maintained, and clean. The staff was pleasant, and courteous. It was a nice experience, but unfortunately this was not the community for my mother, and her needs.

Delightful people, wonderful food, pool and exercise room, good size library nice and a very active social calendar through the program director. Appears to have compassionate help. The building is well decorated and apartments even the studios are larger than at other place. 24 hour emergency response team. Still looking but very high on my list. The surrounding community in St Louis Park not far from any convenience and is around the area in which I reside.

Good location. Too many floors but well maintained building. Lots go activities. Liked choice of units. heated indoor pool various meal options. 2 year waiting list

Everything Is Great So Far!!

Things are going well for my wife since she made the move to this community. The staff has really helped her get accommodated and comfortable. They are very friendly. The place is kept very clean from what I've seen.
The meals are good 90% of the time, and they have a variety of options to choose from. They also offer a mixture of activities that she can join when she is comfortable.

Working Out Well From Us

Overall it has been a lovely experience for my parents here at this community. They are being cared for well here, and I'am pleased with their move here. It is a good looking community, they do a very good job with the cleanliness. The staff is kind and helpful. So far everything is working out well for us here.

Delightful Tour!!

I experienced a wonderful tour with my loved one during our visit at this community. They have a beautiful property with lots of open space for the residents. The waiting list to get into this facility was a year to two year wait. They had no availability for my loved one and I could not wait two years to find further care for my mom.

Nice Tour!!

The tour guide at Parkshore Senior Campus was knowledgeable. During my tour i got to meet wonderful staff. The community was clean and organized. I was able to see some interaction between staff and residents. I really liked the positive atmosphere that was felt throughout the place. I haven't been able to move in at the moment but will soon. I would definitely recommend this community to friends and family.

Real pleased with this community.

Things are going just fine since my mother-in-law has moved to Parkshore Senior Campus. She is pretty much adjusted now to the move. The staff is friendly and responsive, the food is fine. They offer a lot of activities for the residents to participate in if they would like. It has been a good place and experience. I would recommend others who move loved ones here to follow up like any place to check on things. I am real pleased with this community.

Mom's overall demeanor has improved greatly. She spends much less time sleeping, eats well, and actively participates in activities.

5 stars

I don't know who to go to for what. There are a lot of departments/umbrella's. Maintenance does not always handle what I think they may, for example.

I love the place, it's wonderful. It's perfect for my dad and they have all been great with welcoming him in and making him feel comfortable. It's just kind of expensive, like every place out there is.

A good facility

My father in law is pretty happy there. The value is excellent. We have had a few instances where the communication has not been very good when they moved him down in his therapy. There was some general housekeeping issues we weren't aware of. The food is good. There are plenty of activities available. He enjoys the people there. Everyone seems nice. We are still settling in, but It's a good facility so far.

The building and staff were pleasant. We were only shown one apt. that was handicap access. We would have liked to see at least one other non-access. apt. for comparison. One of the biggest reasons we were interested in Parkshore was the garden/raised bed plots for residents. This was reiterated more than a few times yet we were never shown that area. The food in the Bistro was good, something for everyones tastes. Overall, a little disappointed.

The facility was nice: clea...

The facility was nice: clean, many activities, some very nice (but relatively expensive) floor plan options, well landscaped, and the food options looked good. One complaint: person taking me on tour was pleasant, but excused herself several times to attend to other matters and made a point of chatting with - not just acknowledging and/or greeting - almost everyone we encountered, as if to impress with how busy, well-known and well-liked she is. It came across as being intrusive and needy on her part; it was not necessary or professional. Very off-putting.

No dogs. Really nice facili...

No dogs. Really nice facility including great work out room and pool. Close to Target. 1 bed is in price range.

We had a very positive visi...

We had a very positive visit and liked the units that face the lake.

Too big and on a very busy ...

Too big and on a very busy street.

nice location, good people,...

nice location, good people, needs updating in the apartments but the public rooms are nice. No balconies

Really nice place - lively, nice apar...

Really nice place - lively, nice apartments and restaurant. Assisted living was lovely.

I had the pleasure of touring Parksho...

I had the pleasure of touring Parkshore Campus. It is an upscale Senior Campus with all the amenities. Very beautiful view from apartments. This is really tops is my estimation.

This program sounds wonderful but pro...

This program sounds wonderful but probably not a fit for Mom, due to her physical needs and the high cost of individual cares she requires.

Nice but base price seems high with m...

Nice but base price seems high with many "additions" also large campus

Rooms are big and everything was very...

Rooms are big and everything was very clean. I liked the laundry areas on every floor.

Good overall.

Good overall.

Second visit. Like room arrangements ...

Second visit. Like room arrangements and amenities. Beautiful surroundings. Starting process of remodeling some areas.

Tons of activities! Swimming pool H...

Tons of activities! Swimming pool Hotel/resort look Garage parking Very nice park/pond on East side Lots of community activities (plays etc) Have t move to (connected) assisted building Very nice Bistro Staff seemed happy and smiley Residents seemed healthy, happy, sophisticated Very well kept! Library

From the Community

Parkshore Senior Community is one of the premier senior housing communities in Minneapolis. Located in the heart of St. Louis Park adjacent to Wolf Lake Park, our independent-living, assisted-living, and memory care apartments are located in a “walk around” neighborhood with area amenities that include Byerly's, Target, and Park Nicollet Clinic.Our independent and assisted living buildings are connected to provide easy access to a variety of services and programs.