ALLENDALE, N.J. — Marquis Health Consulting Services has started a renovation project at Allendale Senior Living, an assisted living and healthcare campus in the North Jersey borough of Allendale.
The project follows a rebranding at Allendale Senior Living – formerly The Allendale Community for Mature Living.
Located on 12 acres in a quiet, suburban Bergen County neighborhood, the campus spans 146,000 square feet. The number of units was not disclosed. While a development cost was not released, Marquis describes it as a multi-million-dollar project.
Marquis has partnered with the community’s in-house leadership to develop and implement a program to modernize the community. Michael Lebovics of ML Group spearheaded the design. The lobby and dining room renovations are already completed.
“The corridors reflect a temporary refresh and will be renovated following the reconfiguration and expansion of some the apartments,” says Lauren Everett of Marquis. She noted that work is almost finished on the residences, which have upgraded bathrooms, kitchenettes, flooring and lighting.
New features will include two lounges and a bar/bistro area on the second floor, as well as a private dining room, salon and makers’ room. The community’s movie theater will also get a complete makeover, as will the outdoor courtyards and landscaping.
In addition, Allendale’s Memory Care neighborhood has been completely reimagined, relocating closer to the main assisted living area. It will feature a secure courtyard, dining room, activity room and lounge space.
Allendale Senior Living offers assisted living, memory care and respite care, as well as onsite skilled nursing at Allendale Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center.