Victorian at Riverside increases capacity with a new accessible wing; ribbon cutting set for september 30


The Victorian at Riverside announced the opening of a new accessible wing that will accommodate 40 residents.

The inauguration ceremony for the new space will take place on Thursday, September 30 at 2 p.m. after more than a year of construction.

The New Courtyard at the Victorian at Riverside (Photo from VAR website)

“We couldn’t be more thrilled with the new expansion and the opportunity it offers current and future residents,” said Carrie Vanderzee, CEO of The Victorian at Riverside. “Our mission has always been to provide the highest quality personalized care to senior women in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and beyond. With the new wing, we can continue to advance our mission while honoring our rich history. “

Each bedroom will be on the ground floor with a window view and an en-suite bathroom. In addition to single rooms, the new wing has an enclosed courtyard that residents can enjoy with their family. There is also a health care center, spa with hot tub, common and additional activity rooms, movie screening room, activity room and hair salon now available to residents. .

The nonprofit organization’s new wing was designed by Robert Ehmet Hayes & Associates Architects and built by Ashley Builders Group to provide a seamlessly integrated addition. The interior design is done by lead designer Grace Jones of Dwellings on Madison.

Located in the heart of Covington’s historic Licking Riverside, the Victorian at Riverside has been the region’s only personal care retirement home exclusively for senior women for 135 years. The community offers residents modern amenities with a nod to the house’s historic past.

The property offers 24-hour nursing, off-site entertainment and excursions, chef-prepared meals, an on-site beauty salon, chapel services, companionship and more in a community-centric environment. the individual. To learn more about The Victorian at Riverside, visit

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