Brightview Port Jefferson, a 170-residence senior living community, opened Thursday.
Developed by Baltimore-based Brightview Senior Living, the $80 million project offers 94 independent living units, 50 assisted living units and 26 apartments geared towards people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
Amenities at the new senior housing complex, located on 8.7 acres at 1175 Route 112 in Port Jefferson Station, include a movie theater, billiards, pub, fitness center, salon, library, and more.
“We’re thrilled to welcome residents to their new homes at Brightview Port Jefferson,” Tammy Marshall, executive director at Brightview Port Jefferson, said in a company statement. “We are small enough to feel like a family, but large enough to offer a full complement of engaging cultural experiences and activities. We look forward to building and fostering relationships with residents and their families for many years to come.”
The Port Jefferson Station community is Brightview’s second senior living development on Long Island. The company has a similar facility at 445 Broadway Ave. in Sayville.
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