For His Next Move, an Acclaimed SF Chef Takes Retirement Home Dining to a Luxury Level

When Coterie opens in San Francisco’s Cathedral Hill next year, it will arguably offer one of the most well-considered fine dining establishments to hit the neighborhood in recent years. But its farm-to-table menu, Champagne brunches, chef pop-ups, and star-backed bar program will only be accessible to a select few — Coterie’s senior residents.

San Francisco is the first location for Coterie, a new luxury senior living facility born from a partnership between real estate firm Related and senior housing development company Atria, based in Kentucky. Coterie Cathedral Hill, at 1001 Van Ness Avenue, is a 208-unit complex set to open in March 2022; the second development is, fittingly, set for Manhattan’s Hudson Yards development. So how does a senior living facility, albeit one that charges between $8,000 and $25,000 per month and offers amenities like chauffeurs, onsite hair salons, and Mayo Clinic–curated fitness centers, go about creating an industry-changing fine dining program?

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