Construction Nears Completion at The Bristal, Luxury Assisted Living Development in Englewood, New Jersey

Rendering of The Bristal Assisted Living at Englewood

The Bristal at Englewood in Bergen County, New Jersey has officially kicked off construction of a new, six-story assisted living center. Located at 412 South Van Brunt Street, The Bristal at Englewood is just minutes from major highways including Route 4, Garden State Parkway, Palisades Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike, and the George Washington Bridge.

The Bristal has 16 additional communities throughout Long Island and Westchester County known for high-end, country club-type services and accommodations. Their latest Englewood property will offer 273 luxury suites including studio, single, and double occupancy living options which all include housekeeping, recreational activities, educational wellness programs, and fine dining.

According to a press release from The Bristal, the Reflections floor will provide care to residents with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The 65-suite unit will feature a full dining room, activity area, arts & crafts studio, cinema and an outdoor patio contained in a secure environment.

Residents will also have access to an array of amenities including an outdoor terrace, putting green, beauty salon, fitness center, cinema, country club dining room, card room, billiard room, a craft studio, library, bistro grille with a pizza oven, with more to be announced. Covered parking areas will be available to visiting guests and employees.

Occupancy is expected to begin Fall 2018.

Construction of The Bristal at Englewood (Credit: The Bristal Assisted Living)

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2 Comments on "Construction Nears Completion at The Bristal, Luxury Assisted Living Development in Englewood, New Jersey"

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  2. Hervin Romney AIA | October 27, 2018 at 3:17 pm | Reply

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