3718-3726 Henry Hudson Parkway, Bronx, NY 10463
Luxurious and chic Atria Riverdale has been the Bronx's senior living community of choice for more than 15 years. Atria is an industry leader in senior living communities. With a continued commitment to quality, we have just completed a $14 million renovation to enhance the contemporary style and purpose-built functionality of our Atria Riverdale community. And, with famed nearby attractions like The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Wave Hill, and the New York Botanical Garden, exciting adventures are always around the corner. At Atria Riverdale we facilitate your connections to the local social, cultural, and entertainment scenes while discreetly supporting you, so you can pursue the vibrant lifestyle of your dreams. Your pets are welcome too! Contact an A Place for Mom Senior Living Advisor to learn more about our exciting lifestyle, today!
Professional and caring staff is available 24/7 to attend to any immediate resident needs. Our trademarked Life GuidanceⓇ program provides specialized support and activities within a purpose-built community for those with memory care needs. We provide wellness programs, check-ups, specialists, and physical therapy on-site through our Optimal Living program. Assistive living, personal and medical services are adapted to resident needs. Recent upgrades to our interiors includes...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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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This place buzzed with activity... in part due to our timing (arrived as people were gathering for a program, plus renovation work made some common areas smaller). Multicultural, highly social community was a plus. More urban feel than other sites we visited. Staff stood out as extremely friendly and attentive.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
We've not been pleased - they've been on lockdown over a year, with no internal cable tv station for the community, which could bring them together. They're really isolated. At a previous place, they had a channel to watch shows and interact and classes. It's been a year, most people have learned how to do zoom and communicate with their residents. The food is good - my loved one loves the food. The people are nice. The residents are all quite sharp, and she's very thrilled with being able to speak with them and have intelligent conversations more once lockdown eases up. But so far she hasn't truly met anyone, just had introductions. The potential is there but it hasn't been realized. Atria is just not trying to engage the residents. They've had some holiday events, but they didn't advertise them properly. The only people she sees are the people who clean and bring in the food. They do get to go downstairs every day for a few hours, but with social distancing it's very isolating for the new residents. But Atria hasn't stepped into this new technology at all. I mentioned it to them, and nothing's been done. They did allow my loved one to borrow an i-pad to attend church services on zoom, but that's it.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Our loved one's stay here was unfortunately only a very brief one, but overall Atria Riverdale seemed like a very nice place. It was a nicely decorated, clean, well kept community, and they had a lot to provide for their residents. They had a good variety of activities, and also seemed to do a good job with the food. Unfortunately on his first day here my loved one suffered a bad fall and was not able to return. We moved him in on a Saturday, and they seemed to have fewer staff available on weekends.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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