Atria Park of San Mateo

2883 South Norfolk Street San Mateo CA 94403

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For more than 20 years, Atria has served the families of San Mateo. With a continuing commitment to quality, the community is undergoing an extensive renovation to enhance its beauty and functionality. Once complete, residents will enjoy a host of exciting new spaces and amenities, including updated apartments with modern décor and features, a larger living room with lagoon views, a newly constructed 4,500-square-foot outdoor terrace with mountain views, a new movie theater, full-service bistro and physical therapy center – and much more. The community will seek LEED® certification for sustainable design, construction and operation.

In addition to discreet assistance with daily tasks like bathing and getting dressed, Atria Park of San Mateo has a licensed nurse on-site 24/7 to provide care services such as diabetic management and mobility support.

For families facing the challenges of dementia, Atria Park of San Mateo recently expanded and enhanced its memory care neighborhood, relocating it to a larger space within the community. Features include an open layout with combined dining, living and event space, a secure interior courtyard and new, thoughtfully designed apartments with modern features.

In addition to chef-prepared meals and 24/7 support from a dedicated staff, residents of Atria Park of San Mateo also benefit from a robust events calendar featuring engaging opportunities every day – from yoga classes and happy hours to jewelry workshops and musical performances.

Atria Senior Living is a leading operator of independent living, assisted living, supportive living and memory care communities in more than 200 locations in 26 states and seven Canadian provinces. Atria communities are home to more than 23,000 seniors and employ more than 14,000 people.

Pricing at Atria Park of San Mateo

Room Type
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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Semi-Private
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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.

Reviews of Atria Park of San Mateo

3.4 of 5 Average rating
31 Reviews
Reviews gathered from across the web
(16) A Place For Mom
(15) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Mom was admitted to Atria Hillsdale on [date removed] weighing 90 pounds. After stabilizing to a new environment, she is happy, gained 20 lbs, recognizes Atria as her home, has made a second family, has a huge socialization network, and receives supreme care. The caregivers care for Mom and adapt their care to her needs. They listen to Mom, her family, and always provide the best care based on Mom's needs. We're lucky to find Atria Hillsdale for Mom's home.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Mom was admitted to Atria Hillsdale on [date removed] weighing 90 pounds. After stabilizing to a new environment, she is happy, gained 20 lbs, recognizes Atria as her home, has made a second family, has a huge socialization network, and receives supreme care. The caregivers care for Mom and adapt their care to her needs. They listen to Mom, her family, and always provide the best care based on Mom's needs. We're lucky to find Atria Hillsdale for Mom's home.

  • I DO NOT RECOMMEND

    I WOULD NOT send anyone here. I have had a horrible experience with this community. When we first toured the area we thought that the place was lovely. We were happy with everything that we saw. The people that took care of us getting my loved one in were all wonderful. The place itself was beautiful, they have a lovely dining area for the residents, the rooms were nice, but what good is all that. The room that my loved one was in was beautiful and you would have to furnish it yourself which is alright. However, they would just let him lay there. They would also over medicate him and he was drooling. The social worker was there too, which was a blessing. When we tried to assist him to the bathroom his legs were like rubber. He had to use a walker to get himself there. He had also lost a tremendous amount of weight. He could not feed himself. So I asked a care taker there “if he doesn’t eat do you feed him?” to which she responded “Oh we don’t feed anyone on this floor”. What kind of answer is that?! He lost so much weight and he looked horrible. What really set it off for me what receiving a call one morning and the lady told me “In order for us to keep bob, you’ll have to hire a care giver for at least 12 hours a day ($24 an hour)”. I said to her “Well what am I paying your for?! What are you guys doing?” I was so worried for my loved one that I ended up hiring a caretaker to make sure he was getting water and being fed regularly until my daughter, the social worker, and I found a different place to get the appropriate help that my loved one needs. He is now out of here and doing much better. It’s funny the first day that he moved out he was able to feed himself. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PLACE TO ANYONE. I would not want something like this to happen to anyone else.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    I DO NOT RECOMMEND

    I WOULD NOT send anyone here. I have had a horrible experience with this community. When we first toured the area we thought that the place was lovely. We were happy with everything that we saw. The people that took care of us getting my loved one in were all wonderful. The place itself was beautiful, they have a lovely dining area for the residents, the rooms were nice, but what good is all that. The room that my loved one was in was beautiful and you would have to furnish it yourself which is alright. However, they would just let him lay there. They would also over medicate him and he was drooling. The social worker was there too, which was a blessing. When we tried to assist him to the bathroom his legs were like rubber. He had to use a walker to get himself there. He had also lost a tremendous amount of weight. He could not feed himself. So I asked a care taker there “if he doesn’t eat do you feed him?” to which she responded “Oh we don’t feed anyone on this floor”. What kind of answer is that?! He lost so much weight and he looked horrible. What really set it off for me what receiving a call one morning and the lady told me “In order for us to keep bob, you’ll have to hire a care giver for at least 12 hours a day ($24 an hour)”. I said to her “Well what am I paying your for?! What are you guys doing?” I was so worried for my loved one that I ended up hiring a caretaker to make sure he was getting water and being fed regularly until my daughter, the social worker, and I found a different place to get the appropriate help that my loved one needs. He is now out of here and doing much better. It’s funny the first day that he moved out he was able to feed himself. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS PLACE TO ANYONE. I would not want something like this to happen to anyone else.

  • Not considered. Did not have independent living

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Not considered. Did not have independent living

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Community Details at Atria Park of San Mateo

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    • Atria Park of San Mateo Amenities

      • Activities Offsite
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      • Activities Onsite
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      • Devotional Services Offsite

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      • Assisted Living
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