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  • Writer's pictureNancy Griffin

$13M Atrium Village Renovation Features Purpose-Built Spaces with Focus on Art and Education

Lifestyle environments developed around residents’ unique interests with robust activities program including every option to enrich residents’ learning, creativity, wellness, and mental health.

Atrium Village, the new rental senior living community in Owings Mills, Maryland, has announced it is in final completion of a $13 million renovation which will offer a unique senior living experience in the Baltimore, Maryland area. The residences are part of a new trend in senior living which integrates an enriching and engaging lifestyle with unique art and lifelong learning experiences combined with a robust activities program.

Construction and design have been completed on 187 new Independent Living apartments, 58 Assisted Living, and 20 Memory Care residences. The unique rental model at Atrium Village is appealing to seniors because there are no entry or buy-in fees, or a commitment of retirement assets as with most senior living communities. The cost of an apartment, dining options, all activities, fitness, and other services are included in the monthly lease.

Atrium Village is part of Senior Lifestyle’s portfolio of 122 communities located throughout 24 states. The privately held, owner and developer operates independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing for the luxury, moderate and affordable segments.

Jessica Daily, National Director of Resident Programs of Senior Lifestyle and SeniorTrade Advisory Board Member, is proud of Atrium Villages focus on personal enrichment and leading-edge activities programs:

"The newly remodeled spaces at Atrium Village provide a perfect compliment to our reimagined program offerings at this community. Our programs encourage residents to keep exploring by learning and taking part in new experiences at every stage of life. The new spaces in the community are not only beautiful, but they are purpose built to support the lifestyle of our residents now and for years to come.

The robust activities program includes essentially every option to enrich residents’ learning, creativity, wellness, and mental health. From visits to art galleries, virtual travel and recreational outings to community exploration, fitness, and leadership initiatives, Atrium Village offers a personalized approach to each resident’s desire for engagement. Activities include: · Culture & the Arts · Leadership & Volunteerism · Lecture & Learning · Movement & Mind · Recreation & Entertainment · Spiritual Health & Religion · Travel & Outdoor Experiences.

The new Art Experience Program at Atrium Village includes the new art studio offering creative activities, such as painting and drawing classes, artist talks and events, opportunities to participate in glassblowing classes, and a beautiful gallery of art adorning the walls throughout the community. As part of the new Art Experience Program, Atrium Village has partnered with Art with A Heart to conduct a weekly residency program bringing visual art classes to the community. The partnership with Art with a Heart involves programs for residents to work on local community projects in the Atrium Village art studio and at Art with a Heart’s studio in Baltimore. As part of the Art Experience Program, residents enjoy trips to McFadden Glass to learn the skill of glassblowing and create handblown glass art.

Atrium Village Continuing Education Program for Lifelong Learning Atrium Village has partnered with the Community College of Baltimore County on weekly instructor-led classes. Currently classes are held via zoom and will move to once per week in person at the College beginning in January 2022. Residents will receive a Certificate of Completion in Continuing Education at the end of each semester. As part of the Lifelong Learning Program, each week residents participate in TED Talks specifically curated and personalized to their individual interests. Following the TED Talks, residents interact with one another in engaging discussion sessions.


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