At this time, The Bristal communities are not allowing any visitors as a precaution to help protect residents and staff. However, we would still love to connect with you and take you on a virtual tour of our community. Simply fill out the schedule a visit form as usual and select a date and time that works best for you. For now, we’ll connect online, walk you through our beautiful common spaces, and answer any questions you may have about life at The Bristal. We look forward to “meeting” you soon!
When you enter The Bristal at East Northport, you’ll encounter a community of genuinely caring professionals who love what they do, excel in their skills, and embrace your priorities as their own. A broad array of spacious suites for rent, as well as our gorgeously designed public spaces, reflect the caliber of care and commitment we bring to everyday life. You’ll find all the extras that make living here a truly uncommon experience, such as an outdoor pool, putting green, and cinema, along with the independence you want and assistance you may need. The Bristal at East Northport also offers special care and support for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in the Reflections Memory Care area.
Located in Suffolk County, NY, East Northport is centrally located between the villages of Huntington, Northport, and Smithtown. Shopping, entertainment, dining, and more are all within walking distance; no need for a car. And there are many places of worship and cultural venues nearby.
Hanukkah Fun in East Northport
The "Mensch on a Bench" made an appearance here in East Northport for the Festival of Lights. Director of Dining Services, Randy, dressed up and danced through the halls with recreation team members and Executive Director, Bonnie, delivering gifts […]
Newsday: Still Going Strong at 104 - East Northport Resident Celebrates 104th Birthday
Newsday featured East Northport resident Goldie Schreiber as she celebrated her 104th birthday! Goldie was born during World War I, and lived through the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, the Great Depression, and the civil rights era among many other […]