Senior Housing Community Breaks Ground in NY

Construction has begun on Atria New City, a $30 million, 80-room assisted living and memory care facility in Clarkstown, N.Y.
Atria New City

Capitol Seniors Housing has launched construction on Atria New City, a three-story assisted living and memory care community in the New City area of Clarkstown, N.Y. The $30 million community features 80 residential suites, comprises 70,000 square feet and is slated to open in the first quarter of 2020.

Located at 260 N. Main St., approximately 40 miles from New York City, the facility was designed by the Meyer Senior Living Studio to be a modern, non-traditional senior living community with elements of wood and stone on the exterior. The interior color scheme was inspired by the Hudson River Valley.

Amenities at the community include private dining, sports lounge and bistro, club room with fireplace seating, library with area for visiting children and a multipurpose room for games and activities. Situated on five acres, Atria New City will also offer outdoor amenities including patio seating and a green space in the rear of the property with walking paths.

“New City is an established, distinguished community, and we appreciate area leaders for working with us to bring this project forward,” said Joe McElwee, of Capitol Seniors Housing, in prepared remarks. “Atria New City is ideal for this community of residents who are accustomed to enjoying the finer things in life.”

The community will be operated by Atria Senior Living. Capitol Seniors Housing is also in the midst of building Stonegate at Greenburgh, an assisted living and memory care community in nearby Greenburgh, N.Y.

Image courtesy of Capitol Seniors Housing