Find premiere independent living with a splash of style, at Brookdale Battery Park City. Located just steps away from the Hudson River and historical attractions like The Winter Garden and The Statue of Liberty, there is much to explore in the surrounding area. Nature lovers can find comfort at nearby parks and gardens, including Washington Market Park, Rockefeller Park, and more. With an endless amount of entertainment and delicious dining options nearby, you’ll find new adventures surrounding you daily both on- and off-site.
As a resident here, you’ll no longer worry about the burdens of old-fashioned chores like cooking dinner, washing the dishes, or home maintenance. Plus, you can rest assured knowing staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to be alerted to any emergencies. For added protection, air ionization technology has been installed to reduce airborne viruses and allergens. With cleaner air, less stress, and greater peace of mind, it’s easier to center your days around exciting activities and the people you love most.
Spend your morning at the indoor pool, or let your creative side guide you to the arts and crafts studio. For those who enjoy staying active, the fitness center or community walking paths...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Value for cost
My mom moved into Brookdaleat the age of 98. The staff could not have been more gracious or helpful to both my mother and our family. We need to take advantage of the additional services offered on the premises - all of which are excellent. Unfortunately my mom died six months after she moved in.
We loved the concept of independent living. Broodale of Battery Park is an alternative to living alone. The apartments are large, bright and very clean. The food was amazing and the community was very inviting. [Name removed] was extremely thoughtful and was very patient with my friend who is 88 years old. Although my friend may not be ready to leave her home, when she decides to do so this will be her first choice
We toured this community for my mom. We did like that they had a large elevator for the residents to get to the lower floor. The menu is appealing and they offer a lot of choices. This is a community that is able to give all types of different care We like this community for the nice care that is offered from the questions that the staff was able to answer. We would recommend that families tour this community for the care of a loved one for the options that are available.
We toured this community for the care of a loved one. The staff was caring and this would have been a good community. The menu is appealing and the activities would have been good for him. We would recommend this community for the care of a loved one.
We toured this community for care. The staff was nice and helpful to answer the questions we had. The community was clean and a very nice atmosphere My father did not feel that this community gave him a comfortable feel, but it was very elegant. Families might want to tour this community for the care of a loved one.
I'am really enjoying my time here at this community. Everything is working out very well. Everyone has been very welcoming, and kind. The community looks great, they do a great job with the cleanliness. I'am really happy with my move to this community.
I feel that the staff tries very hard to make sure that my care is great. The breakfast is superb i really enjoy it and dinners are usually very satisfying. At the moment i have not really been engaging in activities. I have done the Thai chi and i really enjoyed it. The other activities offered are also great as well and i plan on engaging in them in the future.
Brookdale Battery Park is located in a nice community. They offer a lot of activities for the residents to participate in. I have tried the food and it is terrific. The staff are wonderful, warm and friendly. This community is clean and well take care of. I would recommend this community.
Brookdale is a beautiful space with a wonderful , helpful and dedicated staff. The meals are copious and first rate and the chef accommodates specific food preferences . There are many activities that one can participate in and the surrounding neighborhood could not be more vibrant and visually magnificent.
The apartments are not modern enough. The food could be more specialized to fit the more specific diets. Otherwise that is the only thing I am unhappy about. It is a pretty nice facility. It's a good place.
Brookdale is a lovely, high-class, high-price place, in a lovely, high-class, high-price neighborhood. A baby grand piano sits in the middle of a grand living room, while piped-in classical music and jazz waft lightly through the air. The dining room looks like a mid-level restaurant that's trying to be upper-echelon (the breakfast and lunch offerings are not impressive, while the dinners are very impressive). There's a pool and whirlpool, along with a rec center complete with its own kiln; exercise classes, movies, and social events are a regular occurrence. If you're not very mobile, the neighborhood isn't great for errand-running. Stores, banks, and restaurants are a non-trivial walk from Brookdale. But just a block away is a lovely waterfront park that, while fairly overrun with young exercise buffs, offers a serene view and lots of sun. Also, Brookdale shuttle buses cruise the neighborhood for easy access to nearby locations. The two rooms I saw (one-bedroom apartments) were pretty spacious (especially for NYC), bright, clean, and well laid-out. The showers were nice and low, and had built-in seats and grab bars. There's a regular visiting doctor (who keeps regular hours on-site) who my father really liked. Medication management and other related care is farmed out to a third-party agency. They're not cheap, but seem thorough and nice enough. In the end, my father decided he wanted to move back to his old neighborhood, and only wound up at Brookdale for a few weeks. He had some complaints about what he called the phony, surfacey niceness of the staff and residents there, but I'm not sure how seriously to take that, as he was unsettled when he moved in, to say the least. He said that the residents talked a lot about their houses in the Hamptons, and concluded that people who aren't filthy rich aren't going to be comfortable there. Again, your mileage may vary. I imagine I'd be more than happy to move in there when my time comes.
Seemed like the Cadillac of places. Beautiful. But very expensive. Wish we could afford it.
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