Related Companies and Atria Senior Living have opened Coterie Hudson Yards, a senior assisted living center at 505 West 35th Street in Hudson Yards, Manhattan. Designed by Handel Architects, the facility comprises 126 residences and is located within The Set, a 13-story residential tower offering 400 units.
Interiors at Coterie are designed by March and White Design (MAWD), a global interior design firm with offices in London, New York, and Los Angeles. The independent and assisted living residences all feature full kitchens with name-brand countertops, custom cabinetry, energy-efficient Miele induction cooktops, and an in-unit washer and dryer. Bathrooms are equipped with heated flooring, mosaic tile, Kohler veil smart toilets, and custom Italian bathroom vanities. Coterie Apartments range from studios up to two-bedroom floor plans and include a mix of independent and assisted living units, in addition to a collection of studios for seniors in need of specialized memory care.
Smart-home technologies include wireless and voice-controllable lighting and thermostats, keyless entry, and motorized blackout shades. Memory care units are equipped with Lutron Ketra circadian lighting.
Amenity spaces include a fitness center, a yoga studio, a salon, communal lounge areas, a library, a theater, and an activity room for interactive events and cooking classes. Residents will also have access to an in-building restaurant and bakery, Mayo Clinic-certified medical staff who are available 24/7, diet and nutrition counseling, and a rotating schedule of masterclasses.
Residences at Coterie Hudson Yards start at $11,000 per month.
“Specialized care is at the heart of what we do at Coterie, which is why we have created an environment that is focused on holistic wellness for each resident,” said Joanna Mansfield, general manager at Coterie Hudson Yards. “From on-site health care experts and relationships with leading wellness brands to engaging programming and amenities that foster mental and physical wellness, Coterie Hudson Yards will provide a one-of-a-kind care experience for residents.”
On the ground floor, the building features two distinct lobbies. Entry to The Coterie is positioned on Tenth Avenue, and residents of The Set enter the building at 451 Tenth Avenue on 35th Street. The building’s façade features a combination of glass, metal, and warm terracotta, glazed in a bronze finish and paired with vertical piers that span the full height of the building.
“We wanted Coterie Hudson Yards to feel warm and welcoming, reinforcing the brand’s quiet luxury through the architecture and materiality,” said Frank Fusaro, partner of Handel Architects. “Residents will have an exceptional experience from the moment they approach the entry, which features granite planters, limestone panels, and a bronze and glass entry canopy with a fluted profile that mirrors the larger façade. The tower itself is adorned with custom-glazed terracotta that complements the entryway design and gives Coterie Hudson Yards a distinct façade that will be a new icon in the neighborhood.”
Coterie Hudson Yards is the second Coterie location to open following Coterie Cathedral Hill in San Francisco in early 2022. Two additional Coterie locations are set to open in Santa Clara and Cupertino, California in 2024 and 2025.
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13 stories eh?
Wait a minute… there are going to be “senior housing” units that
START at $11k a month?!
That’s $132,000 a year!! 😳
I assume these are for the jet setting “seniors” who have other homes in Palm Beach, Geneva, Monte Carlo and Dubai? 🤣😂
How about someone actually building “senior housing” for those on fixed incomes (Social Security), that are barely able to eat and get their medications… instead of those that will include Meile appliances, heated floors and Smart toilets!!
Starting at 11K a month? For seniors? Are they serious?
These are called “The independent and assisted living residences” not senior housing. They are for the “rich” seniors only.
Great, a place for old rich d bags
Or, a place for people who worked hard and earned enough to retire in style without taxpayer assistance. I’m much more in favor of them than those who drain the government up until the day they die. Think about it.
As crazy as this is, there’s definitely an ultra lux senior housing market in NYC, but id assume they’d want to be on the east side.
The only thing that surprised me about this was the location. The price seems about right. It’s not a public service – it’s a luxury rental building marketed to older people who need more services.
Then I thought about the location. When it’s done, Hudson Yards will probably be a great place for rich old people to live. There are so many indoor options and they can take a quick towncar ride to anywhere in midtown. There will be a park on the water, also. It actually makes sense. It’s a tacky, fake, manufactured version of the urban experience. I wouldn’t like it but it would probably be great for a lot of people.
Now – the issue of affordable housing for seniors is completely different I’m totally behind that. Government assistance is necessary when so many people are struggling to afford housing and healthy food. I pay my taxes and I don’t think of them as “draining the government up until the day they die”. That conservative mindset is toxic.