Senior Living Residences Acquires Former Atria Community in Ridgefield, Connecticut

by Jeff Shaw

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — New England-based Senior Living Residences (SLR) has acquired a former Atria Senior Living Community in Ridgefield, located along the New York State border approximately 50 miles northeast of Manhattan.

SLR is rebranding the community, which opened in 2020, as Ridgefield Station Senior Living. The number of units and type of care were not disclosed.

“While it has only been a short time since SLR took on management of the community, we have already made some integral changes,” says Tadd Clelland, SLR’s president and CEO. “We have significantly improved staff wages across the board, we have brought in a number of new programs for the residents who live here and we are spearheading a public education initiative to make Ridgefield a dementia-friendly community.”

Senior Living Residences (SLR) currently operates 18 senior communities throughout New England.

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