The Bristal at York Avenue

Located just off the scenic FDR drive on the Upper East Side, The Bristal at York Avenue is a great option for seniors wishing to retire in New York City. Boasting tastefully appointed apartments and exquisite common areas, The Bristal at York Avenue is a great choice for seniors desiring independent or assisted living in Manhattan. The Bristal also offers specialized care for residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia in a dedicated memory care program.

The Bristal at York Avenue was developed by Long Island, New York based real estate developer, builder, and manager, Engel Burman. They have created numerous assisted living communities in New York and New Jersey since 2000. Engel Burman takes pride in recognizing the importance of quality in both construction and operation.

The Bristal at York Ave is a new construction 15 story building with amenities on the first floor including, concierge service, lobby, outdoor terrace and a new fine dining restaurant coming in December 2022. The resident floors are located on floors 2 – 13.

New York, NY
Date of Completion:
Project Size (Sq. ft)
114,000 SF
Engel Burman
Ultimate Care Senior Living
H2M Architects
Interior Design Firm:
Rozell Design Group
Engel Burman Construction

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Known for sophistication and elegance, the Upper East Side offers easy access to countless shopping and fine dining destinations and many cultural experiences. Some of the best museums, including the Guggenheim, MoMA, and the Jewish Museum are in close vicinity to the Bristal.