Allendale Mayor Amy Wilczynski, together with special guests, joined Allendale Senior Living leadership and residents to celebrate the formal grand opening of a newly renovated main lobby and other features.
The ribbon-cutting marked the successful completion of Phase 1 of an ambitious multimillion-dollar repositioning that is transforming and modernizing the Bergen County assisted living community.
The mayor — who was joined by Councilwoman Susanne Lovisolo and Councilman Joseph Daloisio — presented a proclamation recognizing the 12-acre assisted living and health care campus for its more than five decades of dedicated service to the town’s senior community. Allendale Senior Living — formerly the Allendale Community for Mature Living — was among the first campuses of its kind in North Jersey, and today remains one of the only continuum-of-care communities in the region.
“We would like to thank Mayor Wilczynski and the Allendale town council for their continued support of senior initiatives and for advocating for an enhanced quality of care in their community,” Kelly Malaver, executive director of Allendale Senior Living, said. “We are thrilled to showcase these comprehensive renovations, which are taking our residences, amenities and lifestyle options to a level that reflects the evolving preferences of today’s seniors.”
Located at 85 Harreton Road, Allendale Senior Living is a destination for seniors seeking a fulfilling lifestyle, with access to the services they need when they need them — including assisted living, memory care and respite care, as well as onsite rehab care at Allendale Rehabilitation & Healthcare.