Truly mould breaking, Auriens is designed for those whose see their later years as an opportunity to do more, rather than less.
With a mission to enrich the lives of its residents with exquisitely designed apartments, superb services and exceptional health and wellbeing, Auriens is redefining later living.
The group’s first property opens in September 2021 in the heart of Chelsea, on Dovehouse Street in a new building designed by renowned architects, PDP London. Amenities on offer include a restaurant led by Head Chef, Matt Tsistrakis (formerly of Simpson’s-on-the-Strand and The Savoy), a bar, a cinema, a speakeasy and a curated art collection featuring works by photographers such as Terry O’Neill and Norman Parkinson. In essence, Auriens Chelsea combines the style and services of a luxury boutique hotel, the technology of a world-class wellness facility and the ambience of a private members’ club. Residents are looked after by a world-class team with experience working for Four Seasons, the Island of Mustique, Goodwood and Claridge’s.
With an outstanding location just off the King’s Road, each of the 56 private apartments, which are available to lease, have been thoughtfully designed for independent living and intelligently future-proofed. They are complemented by the beautiful communal areas which include a private garden designed by the acclaimed garden designer Andy Sturgeon, multiple gold medal winner and twice Best in Show at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The investment in health and wellbeing at Auriens Chelsea goes well beyond outstanding care provision with a world-class gym, pool and spa that focus on active ageing and creating a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle. All of this is supported by a partnership with Draycott Nursing & Care who provide expert assistance if and when required.
The group already has further projects in the pipeline with sites secured for the next two Auriens developments in St John’s Wood and Kensington.
Living at Auriens is not about slowing down, it’s about living life at your own pace. As David Meagher, Auriens Group’s CEO comments “In everything we do at Auriens, we believe in challenging the perceptions around age and later living. The people living here will be trailblazers for a new form of later life living.”