Atria Shaker

345 Northern Boulevard
Albany, NY 12204
518.465.4444


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Opening Spring 2020
Expanded Memory Care Neighborhood

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To better serve the growing needs of those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, Atria Shaker is expanding and enhancing its memory care neighborhood. Features will include:

  • Comfortable amenities including secure indoor and outdoor gathering spaces
  • A dedicated, structured environment where specially trained staff provide highly personalized care
  • Thoughtfully designed apartments with modern features and inspiring memory displays that reflect each resident’s unique story
  • Activity centers offering space for events and opportunities tailored to residents’ interests

Limited apartment availability

Call 518.595.4278 to schedule a tour.

Assisted Living and Memory Care in Albany, NY


Situated on beautifully manicured grounds at the end of a private drive, Atria Shaker offers assisted living in Albany, NY. This vibrant community is tailored to active older people who want to spend more time doing what they love without the obligations of maintaining a home.

Here, each day is an opportunity to experience greater well-being. You can look forward to chef-prepared meals, engaging events and connecting with friends and neighbors, knowing support from a professional, caring staff is available whenever it's needed.

Take a morning nature stroll with the walking club. Get in touch with your creative side during a jewelry making class. Attend an excursion to Lake George for a boat cruise. Simply unwind in your beautiful apartment. How you spend your time is entirely up to you.

Memory Care

For families facing the challenges of Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia, Atria Shaker will offer Atria's forward-thinking memory care program featuring a secure, structured environment, specially trained staff and daily opportunities for social engagement.

Living safely and well in a COVID-19 world

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to rethink the way we live, work and keep our families safe. At Atria, we're committed to combating the virus while maintaining the connection and engagement that is so vital to our well-being.

Learn how Atria is fighting both COVID-19 and isolation
  • Timely testing

    Timely testing

    We took early steps to secure testing for every single employee, third-party agency and private duty aide, which helped us reduce disease exposure for our residents and communities. We continue to test these groups, along with all memory care residents, new residents and those returning to the communities from hospital stays.

  • Prepared with PPE and sanitizer

    Prepared with PPE and sanitizer

    When most of the country was experiencing PPE shortages, we worked with suppliers and chartered planes to ensure our communities had the supplies needed to follow safety protocols. We formed key partnerships to make our own gowns, hand sanitizer and hand soap to help keep supplies stocked.

  • Expanded telehealth

    Expanded telehealth

    To better protect residents from risks associated with hospital visits, we have outfitted our communities with equipment and technology – including smart TVs, BP monitors and pulse oximeters – for telehealth providers and local physicians to treat residents virtually.

  • In-apartment programs

    In-apartment programs

    During times of quarantine, residents enjoy fitness and learning opportunities, themed culinary experiences, guided meditation, indoor gardening and creative art projects.

  • Dining together at a distance

    Dining together at a distance

    Gathering with friends over a chef-prepared meal is one of life's simple pleasures. At select communities, small group dining options help residents enjoy both the food and the company of neighbors.

  • A breath of fresh air

    A breath of fresh air

    Residents enjoy the sunshine by working in community gardens and painting outside. During times of quarantine, they can join walking programs accompanied by staff in PPE.

  • Visiting in person

    Visiting in person

    Depending on state guidelines, family members can enjoy a social distanced drive-up visit, time together in designated outdoor spaces or inside resident's apartments wearing proper PPE.

  • Connecting virtually

    Connecting virtually

    Communities are equipped with tablets, mobile TV carts and conference lines to help residents connect with family and friends.

  • Staying up to date

    Staying up to date

    By logging in to the Atria Mobile app, families can easily see their family member's daily temperature readings and COVID-19 symptom check updates.

Floor Plans and Rental Rates

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