Discover premium senior living at Amica Thornhill. Warm and welcoming, this established retirement residence in Thornhill offers an inspiring lifestyle with convenient access to Toronto and GTA services and amenities.
What type of care is available at Amica Thornhill? Our nursing and wellness team is available 24/7. We combine excellent hospitality, activities and amenities with professional care services. You can choose the option that best fits your needs:
For seniors with Alzheimer’s or another type of dementia, you will have personalized support to meet your unique needs, even as those needs change. Should you require higher levels of care, such as an Amica Memory Care Neighbourhood, we provide a seamless transition to one of our Memory Care Neighbourhoods at a sister residence.
What’s unique at Amica Thornhill
Our well-designed eight-storey building is part of Vaughan and the GTA and offers a lively city atmosphere. Sip a cup of coffee on your own personal balcony and take in the hustle and bustle of the cityscape or southern views of the CN Tower. Or, relax on our comfortable outdoor patio that wraps around the building. Our Independent Living suites on the seventh and eighth floors are 800 to 1,200 square-feet, with full kitchens and laundry facilities. Our residents appreciate the consistency of long-term team members—they love it here too!
Exploring the neighbourhood
Enjoy a wide variety of stores, restaurants, banking and health care services right on your doorstep. Amica Thornhill is centrally located between Toronto, Richmond Hill and Markham, and it’s easy for visitors to access from the 400-series highways or via frequent bus service from the Finch TTC subway station. Dufferin Clark Public Library, Black Creek Pioneer Village and Promenade Mall are all a short drive away.
Things to do around Amica Thornhill
Come aboard our scheduled shuttle service for excursions and events in and around the GTA. Enjoy scenic drives to High Park in cherry blossom season, a tour of the beautifully manicured Edwards Gardens or a trip to an ice cream shop to try a new flavour. Take in live theatre at Ed Mirvish Theatre or the Shaw Festival, or catch the latest exhibit at the McMichael Gallery or Royal Ontario Museum. Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Upper Canada Mall are popular shopping destinations.