305 WEST END AVENUE
- The 14-story project will span about 142,000 square feet
- Project Cost: $150MM
- Luxury Senior Living Residences: 191
- Tapping top tier senior living operator
- Partnership between the Northwind Group and Ackerman Development
The Esplanade, a hallmark for senior citizen care in New York, is being elevated and refined to meet the highest standards of culture, healthcare and lifestyle for New York’s elder generation in the 21st century.
Ackerman Development together with Northwind Group have acquired the Esplanade, an existing residential Senior Living asset.
The building was originally constructed in 1923, and will retain many elements of its classic, pre-war architecture.
Significant upgrades are underway, which aim to improve the overall quality of life for the building’s senior residents. The intention is to turn the Esplanade into the best assisted-living facility in Manhattan, offering luxury senior living apartments, in partnership with a top-tier senior living operator.
Residents will be able to maintain their independent lifestyle, while receiving exceptional assistance and support, by giving them a chance to pursue their life with confidence and grace.
Upgrades will focus on enhancing food services, as well as creating luxury amenities such as a new cinema, renovated art studio, card and game room, performing arts center, dining room, computer center and a beauty salon.
In an ever-growing urban demand of city-dwelling adults moving their aging parents to the suburbs, this luxury senior living residence meets and exceeds that demand.
Designed with style and sophistication, and managed by a dedicated team of experts, 305 West End Assisted Living strikes the ideal balance between independence and assistance.
Situated on the northwest corner of 74th Street and West End Avenue, 305 West End Avenue is a beautiful 15-story building.
Located in a prime location in the Upper West Side neighborhood of Manhattan, near Broadway, Central Park, Riverside Park and Lincoln Center, amidst world-class dining and in short walking distance to the American Museum of Natural History and 1, 2 & 3-line Subway trains.
We are here to facilitate them to retire in style, in the city that they love.