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Sunrise Senior Living has opened Sunrise of New Dorp, its second facility on Staten Island

Sunrise Senior Living Opens Second Staten Island Facility 

Sunrise Senior Living has opened its second community on Staten Island, Sunrise of New Dorp. The nearly 85,000-square-foot, four-story property by Moseley Architects will provide occupancy for nearly 130 residents and offer assisted living along with memory care options for individuals living with dementia. 

Sunrise of New Dorp’s location on Staten Island provides immediate access to the New York City metropolitan area and the surrounding region. With proximity to the Staten Island Expressway, residents will have access to quick excursions to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Jersey City. 

The facility is located near New Dorp High School, which offers opportunities for intergenerational learning and connection building between Sunrise residents and local students. “From programming within our community to field trips to the school, we are looking forward to how we can build an intergenerational program that builds meaningful and long-term connections,” said Aprillynne Cruz, the property’s director of sales.  


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