Atria Valley View offers independent living and assisted living for seniors in the Walnut Creek, California, area.
Atria Valley Manor is a vibrant senior living community in Tucson, Arizona, where older adults enjoy an independent lifestyle.
An assisted living and memory care community in Grass Valley, CA, Atria Grass Valley is a place where seniors enjoy retirement living and active lifestyles
Atria is committed to green, environmentally friendly construction and operation, and we are a proud member of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Dorothy, a former ballerina is now a model of healthy aging. Read more about our amazing residents on Atria’s blog, Wit and Wisdom!
For Dorothy Priest, it was love at first plié.
Once known by her stage name, Dorothy Loder, Dorothy began ballet lessons when she was just six years old and was a ballerina from the ages of 18 to 25. (more…)
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Housed in a historic building in Annapolis, MD, Atria Manresa offers assisted living, a vibrant lifestyle and 24 hour support.
He served 21 years in the United States Army. This is one of the many stories told by our incredible resident veterans on Atria's blog, Wit and Wisdom.
I had four memorable assignments during my 21 years of service in the United States Army as a dental officer:
My second assignment was my first memorable experience. Both my wife and I are immigrants from the Republic of Panama so when we received news that I would be assigned to the Canal Zone, we were overwhelmed with joy. (more…)
Find out more about the Atria Communities in Walnut Creek and Lamorinda, California.
Atria on the Hudson residents played food critics as they ventured out to sample three restaurants run by the Culinary Institute of America.
Nothing makes people happier than good food served with a scenic view, right?
Recently, residents at Atria on the Hudson had vowed to visit all three restaurants at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. In true Hudson fashion, they not only enjoyed their meals, but also critiqued each restaurant and compared their culinary experiences. (more…)