Atria in the News


From press releases to business updates, learn about the latest company news.


1.21.18
E! News:

“We Surprised Kristen Bell with a Heartwarming Video from Hurricane Irma Seniors”

Atria Senior Living residents send virtual hugs and best wishes to actress Kristen Bell as she hosts the 2018 SAG Awards.

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1.11.18
WAVE 3 News:

“Story Sharing at Atria Senior Living”

Louisville NBC affiliate shares in the power of storytelling at Atria Springdale’s event introducing Atria StoryWise.

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1.10.18
McKnight’s Senior Living:

“The Gift of Connection”

Atria Senior Living communities across the U.S. and Canada host inaugural story-sharing event and fundraiser for the American Library Association.

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12.20.17
PR Newswire:

“Atria Management Announces Completion of Growth-Focused Capital Raise with Fremont Group and Ventas”

Atria Senior Living announces business expansion with investments in infrastructure and systems and dedicated development and redevelopment strategy in high-barrier-to-entry markets.

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12.6.17
PR Newswire:

“New Storytelling App and Boxed Set of Cards Encourage Relationship Building and Wisdom Sharing”

Atria StoryWise is a collection of thoughtfully curated topics and cues designed to spark memories, tap into personal experiences and help people everywhere connect more deeply through the power of storytelling.

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12.2.17
The Palm Beach Post:

“Chauffeurs and concierges? It’s a senior rental home near Lake Worth”

Atria at Villages of Windsor, a new $105 million luxury senior living rental community on 22.5 acres near Lake Worth, Florida, includes a fitness center, a pool, a movie theater, two restaurants, chauffeured appointments to doctors, a full-time concierge and a salon service.

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11.22.17
Senior Housing News:

“From Food to Filming, Atria’s Headquarters is a Full-Service Shop”

Atria’s headquarters houses roughly 325 workers and includes a test kitchen, film and photography studio, a bistro open to the public and a bevy of meeting and work spaces.

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6.1.17
Tucson Lifestyle Home & Garden:

“Living History”

Retired architecture professor Bob Nevins finds himself at home amongst Spanish-Colonial features of Atria Bell Court Gardens – an historic Spanish-Colonial mansion turned senior living community.

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5.27.17
Newsday:

“Book club members in Roslyn Harbor have a novel approach”

This monthly book club session has been meeting for 10 years – and the median age of its members is about 90 years old.

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4.25.17
Louisville Business First:

“How this new bistro on Market Street is different from all the other bistros in town”

A restaurant called Haymarket Bistro has opened in the Atria Building at 300 E. Market St., near Floyd Street.

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1.12.17
Louisville Business First:

“Atria Senior Living expanding downtown Louisville headquarters in Nucleus building”

Atria Senior Living Inc. is expanding its headquarters in the Nucleus Building in Louisville as a way to boost amenities and better position itself for employee growth.

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