Atria Guilderland senior living facility sold, name changed

The Enterprise — Michael Koff

Now called Peregrine Senior Living Guilderland, the adult-care facility located on Mill Rose Court recently known as Atria Guilderland has been sold for $14.8 million.

GUILDERLAND — Atria Guilderland, the adult-care facility located on Mill Rose Court, has been sold for $14.8 million and its name changed to Peregrine Senior Living Guilderland. 

It was just one of four local sales made by Chicago-based Ventas, a real-estate investment trust, to Peregrine Senior Living of Syracuse, according to paperwork filed with the Albany County Clerk’s Office. 

The other three area facilities include:

140 Washington Ave. Extension, in the city of Albany, which sold for approximately $10.4 million;

345 Northern Blvd., also in Albany, sold for about $17.4 million; and

467 Delaware Ave., in Bethlehem, which sold for $11.3 million. 

The deal was first reported by the Albany Business Review. 

Peregrine Senior Living Guilderland is a 120-bed assisted-living facility with 21 beds set aside for memory care and another 26 for “enhanced” assisted living, according to the state Department of Health

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