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A partnership of Sunrise Senior Living, Hines and Welltower has begun construction on a community on Manhattan's Upper West Side

Sunrise Senior Living Launches Second Manhattan Property

Sunrise Senior Living, together with partners Hines and Welltower, has announced the name of its second luxury senior lifestyle community in New York City: The Apsley. Located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side at 2330 Broadway, the community will be able to accommodate up to 178 residents. 

“We have always known there is a strong demand for high-quality, elevated senior living in Manhattan,” said Denise Falco, SVP of operations at Sunrise Senior Living. “With the success of our sister property, Sunrise at East 56th, we are confident that The Apsley will serve the needs of New York seniors and their families who hold the Upper West Side neighborhood close to their hearts.” 

As Sunrise’s second community in Manhattan, The Apsley has already developed partnerships with key community organizations for programming and off-site excursions. Construction is underway for the 19-story property, with plans to open in spring of 2023.  


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