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of family and friends getting stronger together.

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Activity Spotlight

Hands-on
cooking sessions

Food at Boro Park Center is always catered to each resident’s dietary preferences. To help them appreciate it more and gain confidence with meal preparation, our trained chef and meal staff involve residents in the preparation and cooking of a variety of dishes.

Activity Spotlight

Art Therapy

The creative process improves communication and concentration, leading to an increase
in self-esteem, self-confidence and self-awareness. It helps our Residents relieve stress
and cope with physical illness or disability, ultimately promoting the fine art of living.

Activity Spotlight

Music Therapy

The healing benefits of music—listening to it, singing it, or moving to it—can be enjoyed
by anyone. Reducing anxiety, music therapy allows our Residents to communicate in a
creative way while improving motor skills. The result is music to our ears.

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Community Spotlight

Feels like a
Jewish home

For Jewish families, Boro Park Center is an extension of their shul, neighborhood park, and dining room table. Daily minyanim and shiurim. Uplifting Shabbos meals. A bustling Avos Ubanim scene. Concerts and other events. It’s the finest fusion of family and community.

Community Spotlight

Feels like a
Jewish home

For Jewish families, Boro Park Center is an extension of their shul, neighborhood park, and dining room table. Daily minyanim and shiurim. Uplifting Shabbos meals. A bustling Avos Ubanim scene. Concerts and other events. It’s the finest fusion of family and community.

Community Spotlight

Feels like a
Jewish home

For Jewish families, Boro Park Center is an extension of their shul, neighborhood park, and dining room table. Daily minyanim and shiurim. Uplifting Shabbos meals. A bustling Avos Ubanim scene. Concerts and other events. It’s the finest fusion of family and community.

Community Spotlight

Feels like a
Jewish home

For Jewish families, Boro Park Center is an extension of their shul, neighborhood park, and dining room table. Daily minyanim and shiurim. Uplifting Shabbos meals. A bustling Avos Ubanim scene. Concerts and other events. It’s the finest fusion of family and community.

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Community Spotlight


Authentically,
culturally Asian

Boro Park is something of a Little Asia, a rich tapestry of dialects, family lines, cuisines and customs. Boro Park Center is proud to offer a rich programming menu for our cherished Asian residents, who get to enjoy cultural continuity from home to the Center and back home.

Community Spotlight


Authentically,
culturally Asian

Boro Park is something of a Little Asia, a rich tapestry of dialects, family lines, cuisines and customs. Boro Park Center is proud to offer a rich programming menu for our cherished Asian residents, who get to enjoy cultural continuity from home to the Center and back home.

Community Spotlight


Authentically,
culturally Asian

Boro Park is something of a Little Asia, a rich tapestry of dialects, family lines, cuisines and customs. Boro Park Center is proud to offer a rich programming menu for our cherished Asian residents, who get to enjoy cultural continuity from home to the Center and back home.

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What's local?

Top things to do near Boro Park Center:

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(64821)
Historical landmark
Iconic National Monument opened in 1886, offering guided tours, a museum & city views.
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(13293)
Park
Sprawling city park featuring basketball & handball courts, a playground & a historic home.
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(42222)
Bridge
Beloved, circa-1883 landmark connecting Manhattan & Brooklyn via a unique stone-&-steel design.
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(13241)
Tourist Attraction
Observatory located on floors 100-102 of One World Trade Center, with exhibits & restaurants.
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Tourist attraction
Iconic, art deco office tower from 1931 with exhibits & observatories on the 86th & 102nd floors.
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(50248)
Park
Green space behind the NY Public Library's main branch, with 4 acres, a cafe and other food kiosks.
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(22922)
Zoo
Metropolitan zoo with 265 acres that harbors 4,000 animals in replicas of their native habitats.
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(11280)
Amusement Park
Coney Island amusement park with thrill rides for kids & adults, carnival games & snack foods.
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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

We are aware of the Governor’s new guidance regarding nursing home visitors. We are as excited as you are to welcome you all back to our facility but need to ensure that we do so safely and in keeping with the guidelines outlined in the Governor’s letter. 

It is important to note that per the Governor’s guidelines we will not be permitted to open up to visitors until 5 days from the date of this notice at the earliest. In addition to this timing requirement, the Department of Health must also first approve our individualized reopening plan before allowing visitors.

We will be updating the website with more information as it becomes available. Please click here for the complete New York Sate guidelines.

Thank you for your understanding and patience. 

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