California Senior Living Renovation Enhances Sustainability, Services and Style

By Michelle Seitzer / Posted on 08 August 2011

Atria Valley View, an independent & assisted living community in Walnut Creek, California, recently completed an exciting multi-million dollar renovation, touts a recent press release from Atria Senior Living.

Current and prospective residents of this upscale California community will enjoy access to a full-service spa and salon, a cutting-edge fitness center, a unique cognitive learning hub where residents can engage in the popular Dakim brain health program, an outdoor fireplace & dining area in a luxurious courtyard, a deck with a spectacular view of the Tice Valley, and a new bistro that features a demonstration-style kitchen.

In addition to these amenities and aesthetically-pleasing upgrades, these renovations will put Atria Valley View “among the first senior living communities in Walnut Creek and Contra Costa County to achieve LEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC),” as per this post in the Walnut Creek Patch.

According to the piece, the USGBC bases a decision regarding LEED certification on these five crucial areas: water savings, energy efficiency, indoor environmental quality, sustainable site development and materials selection. Read more about other senior living communities who are striving for sustainability in their design and development here at our site.

Searching for other senior living communities in the Walnut Creek area? Start here.


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