If Central Park were on the Hudson River, it would be RiverSpring Living.

The RiverSpring Living campus feels like a village that offers a wide variety of residential options and services. Our roots are firmly planted in more than 105 years of nonprofit history, with our beginnings as the Hebrew Home at Riverdale. Today, we are the same organization but with a new name, reflecting how we’ve grown into a center for modern aging.

How can we help you?

Please fill out the form and we will be in touch shortly!

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Being a nonprofit makes a discernable difference in the quality of life for RiverSpring Living’s customers and residents. Why?

As a nonprofit organization, we put our profits back into our community for the betterment of all.

From renovating and beautifying our buildings and grounds, to modernizing our care methods, to enhancing our programming to serve the evolving needs of our residents, we are constantly improving life at RiverSpring Living. From independent living for active adults to skilled rehabilitation and skilled nursing, Nonprofit organizations with a spectrum of services provide long-term peace of mind.

Endless Walking Paths

Endless Walking Paths

Rich Bird Life

Curious Birds

Art Installations

Art Installations

Our campus is rich with amenities and services for successful aging.

  • Thirty-two acres with walking paths, outdoor art installations, gardens, patios and plenty of seating areas to drink in the view
  • A variety of restaurant venues, including the River Café serving Starbucks coffee and beverages, and the upscale RiverWalk Restaurant with expansive views and more
  • Saltwater pool and fitness center
  • Jacob Reingold Pavilion with the Winter Garden performance and meeting space
  • Access to the Derfner Judaica Museum and an on-campus art collection

Contact RiverSpring Living today.

Call today at (718) 540-4272, attend an event or fill out the form to connect. We’d love to help you.