Frequently Asked Questions and Resources

Frequently Asked Questions and Resources

Sioux Falls Primrose
7400 South Louise Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57108-5912
(605) 789-5180
siouxfalls@primroseretirement.com

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Q. Where is Primrose located in Sioux Falls?

A. We are located at 7400 South Louise Avenue, approximately 1 mile south of I-229 & Louise.

Q. What sets Primrose apart from other retirement communities?

Q: Is there a lease?

A: Independent Living and Townhome Villa residents must sign a 3-month lease. The Assisted Living lease is on a month-to-month basis.

Q: How do I reserve an apartment?

A: All you have to do is put down a $500 deposit.

Q: I've heard about Veterans Benefits, what is this?

A: Veterans or widows of veterans can qualify to receive the "Aid and Attendance" benefits from the Veterans Administration, so be sure to contact your local VA representative.

A. Primrose offers 6 different choices of apartment floor plans. Residents can also enjoy an ice cream cone in the ice cream parlor, shoot a game of pool in the billiards room, or enjoy our numerous outings & activities.

Q. Do Independent Living residents have access to our free scheduled transportation?

A. Yes, this service is available to all residents, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Q. Are pets welcome?

A. Yes, small pets are welcome with appropriate documentation and a $1000 pet deposit. Please call for more details.

Q. Is there a designated area that families can reserve for private parties?

A. If families or residents would like to host a private party, they can do so in our Chapel/Multi-Purpose room.

Q. Can Independent Living residents switch to Assisted Living when more care is needed?

A. Yes! In most cases, the tenant can even stay in their own apartment to receive Assisted Living services.