Schenectady County constructed a 200-bed skilled nursing facility to replace an older nursing facility. Glendale’s original facility was made up of three interconnected buildings that were built in 1930, 1960, and 1975 and were highly energy inefficient. The replacement Glendale Home has been constructed as a multi-storied modern building and has all facility services and functions located in the self-contained, energy-efficient facility.
The new building consists of Living Areas divided into “Neighborhoods.” There is on-site, full kitchen and dining facilities. Each neighborhood has its own kitchen and great room. The facility also features full laundry facilities located on each floor, a multi-purpose room, an on-site physical and occupational therapy area, as well as, garden and patio areas.