Atria Greece has served Rochester, New York families for more than 40 years. Located in a quiet residential neighborhood, this vibrant community enables older adults to live more independently, with discreet support from a tenured, 24-hour staff. A recipient of the 2017 “Best of Senior Living Award” from SeniorAdvisor.com, Atria Greece is convenient to parks, libraries, museums, and more.
Amenities include multiple dining venues, two beautiful atriums overlooking exquisite flower gardens, a manicured courtyard with a large gazebo and patio, and inviting common spaces for socializing with friends. Residents enjoy chef-prepared meals and a variety of engaging events every day, including fitness classes, live music performances, planned outings to casinos, boat tours on the Genesee River, and even the Rochester Lilac Festival.
Whether it’s reading a book in the library or taking a stroll by the courtyard, there’s a place for everyone at Atria Greece. As well as great living and common spaces, we regularly facilitate engaging daily activities and programs that stimulate an active and enriching social, physical, and emotional environment.
Residents here can enjoy a host of services and amenities at one simple inclusive rate. With professional considerations, caregivers at Atria Greece develop care...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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Atria is a friendly place. There are activities for the residents. The staff show concern for the residents as well. Some of the activities are walking, bingo, garden club and more for the residents to choose from. There is down time for the residents to watch television.
We thought the Atria Greece community provided very good care right off the bat and the place overall looked very clean.
The community is smaller, nice bright, cheerful and that's a plus. They do a good job keeping an eye on the residents. The food variety needs to improve. We would like the staff to announce themself before they come into the rooms. I would recommend this community to others based on my experience.
Our tour with Atria Greece was very nice and the guy who showed us around was understanding and not at all pushy. The facility is larger and my dad has some vision issues so we thought it may be harder for him to navigate. The pricing is also al a carte which can be good or bad depending on your situation.
This community is very strict with covid guidelines. They have not had a covid case with the staff or residents. The food is cooked by a Michelin chef. They are very kind and attentive to my loved one he loves it there.
The staff was very cooperative. The marketing person I was working with who helped us move in was very friendly and very cooperative. He answered all my questions and was very good at his job. I was impressed with him. My loved one passed away shortly after moving into Atria, and the staff was affected by that too. That meant to me that they were very involved and concerned with the welfare of their residents. That was something that really impressed me about them. It was like a family, and I liked that aspect of it. It was a little pricey, but I don't think they're more than anybody else in the area. And I feel they're reasonable for what they offer.
The facility was clean and very nice. The staff was excellent too.
My loved one had a beautiful room. This community has walkways, and gardens. The med department was a little iffy. The activities included cooking, sewing, cards, every Sunday they took car rides. They even had line dancing. All of this was prior to Covid as an activities.
Everyone was very friendly and I was there for 11 weeks. In the beginning, the care was excellent. They did provided a lot of activities for the residents, which I thought was great. At other communities I looked at, they had a lot of issues with accessibility, especially with regard to opening heavy doors. I visited Atria and knew immediately that they would be able to accommodate for some of my needs. They knew I wouldn't have been able to hear them knock on my door so they would shine a light which I thought was great. The first 8 weeks was fantastic, overall, I would definitely recommend Atria. The food was great too, they really had the kitchen going!
The staff was great about treating each resident personally. They did a great job of being personal with the residents and they made sure to get to know them and their families. The staff was always very friendly and responsive. They were quick to respond to our requests. The grounds of the community are also very pleasant. We hit some road pumps initially, however they were very good about coming up with solutions. The room my father stayed in was also very impressive. The manager clearly cares a lot about the staff and residents. The social worker on staff was also very friendly and took the time to talk to us. The chef does an absolutely outstanding job as well. The dining room was very elegant and they did a great job with making it feel welcoming. The care we observed towards the residents was excellent. We can't say enough good things about Atria Greece.
This facility was very nice. Clean and very friendly people. I find that the resident rooms are a bit small. I enjoyed meeting with [name removed] and will keep Atria as an option for my dad.
My mother has been there since October 2017, she hates it! They don't get anything right! The bill was wrong for the first 3 months she was there. They tried increasing it each month til they finally told me well she needs coaching to get dressed and that's 450! A month extra! For queing her to get dressed, she is very independent. They are still giving her regular boost when over s month ago I told them she can't drink it she's lactose intolerant. The Med tech called today to tell me she refused the boost. I said she can't drink it! They never changed it. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone!! We are looking to move her asap!!
Response from Atria GreeceMarch 16, 2018
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We are very pleased with the changes that we are seeing in our mom since she has moved here and she likes her room. The community is very nice, there is a nice courtyard where the residents can sit and visit with family and friends. The staff is friendly and supportive and they encourage mom to take part in the activities. Mom really enjoys going to the dining area and she likes the food. I would recommend a tour of this community.
Looked all over town to place my aunt- she is doing so good. Gained ten pounds and looks so much better. Worth the money, great place. Nice staff and clean.
From my first tour of this community I knew it was the one for my parents, and their needs. They are doing great since their move to this community. They are happy, and have adjusted well to it. I like the staff. They know everybody names, and is very connected to the residents. They serve nice meals, they are pleased with the meals for the most part. They do a great job keeping everything clean, and well maintained. This community has worked out well for my family, and I would recommend it.
Outstanding. Parents very happy and care staff fabulous. Long term staff and care people there for years. Strongly recommend.
My father is doing well since his move to this community. Everything is working out very well, and I'am satisfied. The community looks great, they do a good job keeping the community well maintained. The staff is great, they are taking good care of him. I'am comfortable with his move to this community. I know he is safe and in a good place. This is a community I would recommend.
After I read all the reviews on here I have to add my input! Yes, Atria is worth it! Food is fantastic and the building always clean. Some of the rooms are older but kept nice and we got a good deal on the room so I can't complain. Wish they had more rooms to choose from but a good place stays full. My aunt Jean is happy and she gained ten pounds from all the good food and love!
My grandma is living at Atria Greece and has been for about four months. Before moving to Atria, grandma was not eating, sitting in a chair all day and had no desire to live. I cannot believe how she is today, happy, active and looking forward to her next day at Atria. These folks are truly magical in how they care and love senior citizens who live there. Thank you to Jean and the rest of the Atria team. You truly are a blessing to me and my family.
Very nice facility. Friendly staff.
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