Welcome to the Affinity campus where your Affinity tuition includes free cable, WiFi, all utilities and more. Think of it like advanced social studies for the not-quite-ready-to retire Boomer.
Seriously! Affinity Living was created for active, mature adults who are not really looking for a "retirement" community. Boomers this is your place.
It's not that you can't afford to pay extra. It's that you just love to save money—the more the better! Which is why you'll love Affinity—because no other community saves you more!
Affinity at Boise offers a brand new kind of lifestyle that was specifically designed for people 55 and over. What makes us different? For starters, it’s amazingly affordable, with no need to buy-in or sign a lengthy contract—you can simply rent. Add to that about 30,000 square feet of extra living space and a fun social vibe living around people your age — and it makes for a perfect place to settle in.
Whether you're working full time and saving for retirement, or have already retired, living at Affinity makes a lot of financial sense. You’ll love our affordable rent, with one bedrooms starting at $1,325.
You’ll enjoy a beautiful, spacious apartment, full-size kitchen, big, roomy baths—and a washer and dryer in every apartment (no dragging the laundry down the hall!). Compare it with other adult-style communities, and you’ll see there’s no place like Affinity! Check our Amenities page for more differences!
Are you a snowbird who likes to hit the road for months at a time? Or maybe someone who just hates the hassle of paying multiple bills each month? No worries! One check is all you have to think about. It covers your rent, cable, wireless internet, all utilities. At Affinity, you can fly away anytime without a care in the world.
We’re celebrating winter with a series of free events! Details here.
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