Atria Park of the Palisades - Assisted Senior Living & Memory Care
Senior Retirement & Assisted Living Residences
Welcome to Atria Park of Pacific Palisades – a vibrant, boutique community in the heart of Pacific Palisades Village. Upscale amenities, gourmet dining and engaging social events are all part of daily life here – as is the good company of neighbors and the discreet support of a professional staff who is always there to lend a helping hand.
At Atria, we believe a community is defined by the people who call it home – by their unique talents and shared interests. That’s why we strive to foster a common sense of purpose and belonging that brings people together, creating a warm, supportive environment where our residents thrive.
- At Atria Park of Pacific Palisades, residents are free from the worries of chores and home maintenance, giving them more
- Weekly housekeeping and laundry services Scheduled transportation to local appointments, errands and outings Barbershop
- For those living with Alzheimers or other forms of dementia, Atria Park of Pacific Palisades offers Life Guidance
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