Atria 86th Street, located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, recently celebrated the grand reopening of its newly renovated senior living community. The event showcased the results of a multimillion dollar renovation project, including a renovated penthouse with a salon and fitness center with sweeping views of the Hudson River. The refurbishment also includes an updated movie theater, renovated and newly-created dining areas that offer residents multiple dining options and upgraded apartments. In addition to the renovations, Atria was recently licensed under the New York State Department of Health as an Enriched Housing community, Atria 86th Street staff members are now also able to provide new services to residents. Atria 86th Street’s interior designers and architects took inspiration from nearby Manhattan museums and neighborhood buildings, which contributed to the Art Deco style of the upscale renovation.
“Our efforts in refurbishing and renovating Atria communities nationwide are designed to meet the demands of America’s aging population, as well as provide living and working environments appropriate for the next generation of seniors we’ll serve,” said Mark Alexander, Senior Vice President of Redevelopment for Atria Senior Living Group. “The renovation of Atria 86th Street is part of our ongoing commitment to help residents retain their independence in the most comfortable and pleasant surroundings possible, while ensuring we offer the best amenities and lifestyle options available in senior living.”