2 Tryon Avenue, Schenectady, NY 12302
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The have an open concept. I took a tour and what I saw they were on top of everything. The activities were great prior to COVID. They had bingo, and puzzles, arts and crafts, piano. They had an atrium to allow the residents come and see the entertainment. The dining hall is also considered the atrium was close to my loved one's room. The community has three stories. It is easier for those individuals that have issues with mobility. It is easier for them to get to the action. My review is from a non-resident's point of review, and had only taken a tour, and don't live there. It is an adult community instead of an assisted living situation.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Tour went great select them as my new homeReviewed on A Place For Mom
A fish bowl. Too noisy and open. Easy for someone to mistake the balcony rail and fall. Too far to walk for laundry facility.
Response from Holiday at the AtriumMay 4, 2019
Hello, we are sorry you did not enjoy your experience with us. Holiday at Atrium is a very unique and beautiful building with a glass ceiling. All of our balconies meet code and we have never had an incident with someone falling. Laundry facilities are also located on every floor. If you have additional feedback for us you can reach us at [removed].
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