Owning at Auriens
We are delighted to announce that a limited number of apartments at Auriens Chelsea are available to purchase.
Read about the latest news from Auriens including forthcoming events and episodes of our podcast, The Third Act
Moving home can be a daunting task, but the team at Auriens Chelsea understands the challenges and emotions that come with moving. This is why we offer a moving-in service headed up by our Head of Resident Services, Svetlana Howley-Feodoroff, to ensure that your transition is as seamless as possible.
We are delighted to announce that a limited number of apartments at Auriens Chelsea are available to purchase.
As the vibrant colours of summer slowly give way to the warm hues of autumn, we share a sneak peek of the captivating line-up of events that span the realms of culinary exploration, travel dreams, and ecological wonder.
We previously featured the innovative website Granny Gets a Grip just after it launched in 2021, now we take a closer look at some of the creations that are changing the way we live and thrive at every stage of life.
We're thrilled to introduce Henry Lumby, our newest member of the team. Let's dive in and get to know him and his vision for Auriens Chelsea.
Summertime invites us to embrace the outdoors and soak up the sunshine with many of us jetting off to warmer climes. However, staying healthy and cool during the summer months can present unique challenges. Our wellness consultant Holly Limbrick offers a few tips for making the most of this vibrant season while maintaining your wellbeing.
London's literary enthusiasts were treated to an unforgettable experience at the Auriens Chelsea as it played host to a series of captivating events during the prestigious Mayfair Times Literary Festival. Here’s a brief roundup of all the action.
We speak to the Resident Advisory team over a cup of tea to find out what their role is and what you can expect when you get in touch with us.
Take a sneak peek behind the lens… legendary photographer Gavin Bond captures the spirit of Auriens and our residents for our latest campaign.
Mayfair Times is bringing back its literary festival this summer with a star-studded line-up. Supported by Auriens Chelsea, the third edition of the festival will run from June 22 to July 5 and will celebrate the written word with a packed programme of talks and other activities.
Come and join us at our April coffee morning and find out more about what it's like to live at Auriens Chelsea.
We catch up with host Catherine Fairweather to discuss the second series of The Third Act, a podcast that celebrates later life.
As spring and daffodils bloom, Kensington and Chelsea is all set to host a series of exciting events.
Rosie Boycott, now Baroness Boycott, reaches the parts that other peers can't reach. She is guaranteed to hold strong views on a variety of subjects from food waste to feminism, from obesity to domesticity, to motherhood and marriage, to the environment and the legalisation of drugs.
Theo Fennell is best known as a leading British jeweller and silverware designer who has specialised in original, handmade jewellery for over 40 years.
This week's episode of The Third Act features English society and celebrity photographer Richard Young, who is self-taught and started experimenting with a gifted Nikon camera on the streets of London in the seventies.
We caught up with the team at Brompton Private Wealth (Principal Partner Practice of St. James’s Place) and we asked them about reasons for renting rather than buying property in your later years, as well as the benefits of private wealth management.
As reported in The Times, a new study suggests that frequent socialising may be the secret to a long life.
This week's episode of The Third Act features John Kasmin, or "Kas" as he's better known. Since setting up his own gallery in 1963, Kas has been one of the most admired dealers and collectors in the world of contemporary art.
The latest episode of The Third Act features renowned psychotherapist and grief counsellor Julia Samuel who talks about loss, life and love.
We are excited to unveil two new show apartments at Auriens Chelsea. Created by our in-house design team, they stylishly bring our apartments to life and illustrate what your home at Auriens could look like.
Listen to world-renowned playwright Sir Tom Stoppard talk about his life and work in this episode of our podcast, The Third Act.
Come and join us at one of our first coffee mornings and find out more about what it's like to live at Auriens Chelsea
We recently welcomed journalist Linda Kelsey to come and stay at Auriens Chelsea. Read Linda's thoughts about her time with us in her multi-page feature in the Daily Mail.
Back by popular demand, Series 2 of The Third Act returns with the highly respected politician Michael Heseltine.
Now open on Chelsea Green, Birley Bakery is a chic new addition to the Chelsea community from Robin Birley
Stories. We’ve all got one. Yet so many extraordinary tales go untold. Until now . . . Learn about this innovative new company who produce beautiful bespoke biographies.
Meet Dan McCaskie, our Head Concierge, and find out what a typical day looks like as he makes sure our residents have everything they need.
Back by popular demand, presenter Catherine Fairweather returns with Series Two of our popular podcast - The Third Act.
London continues to be one of the world's most exciting cities when it comes to the arts. After delays caused by the complications of the last few years, a number of world-class shows and exhibitions will finally open in 2023. It is definitely a year to look forward to!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. We round up some of the most festive attractions taking place this Christmas.
Our series of jazz suppers in Culfords Restaurant continues with a festive supper in December.
Our wellness team have chosen their top four spa treatments to allow you to look your best for a season full of festive parties and gatherings.
In June, we welcomed a rather special guest – journalist Robert Crampton. Robert is one of the most popular writers at The Times and was commissioned to write a feature about Auriens. He got to enjoy the amenities, events and services at Auriens but to also spend time with some of our beloved residents.
From 12th - 23rd October, Auriens Chelsea is hosting an exhibition of Carinthia West's iconic, intimate portraits of some very recognisable faces.
Autumn is here and with it comes a number of exciting new openings in the capital. We round up some of London's hottest tickets and reservations - advance booking is recommended!
One of the most common worries we hear from prospective residents is about moving from their much-loved homes of many years and exactly how they are going to make a new home for themselves at Auriens.
Wellness at Auriens is more than just a beautifully equipped gym and spa. We have partnered with the Kyros Project on our wellness offering. We talk with Gideon Remfry, one of the founders of Kyros, who is also one of London’s go-to personal trainers.
Make the most of the glorious British summertime with our alfresco Summer Sunday Barbecues.
For those not heading out of town, there's much to enjoy in London this summer from alfresco dining to outdoor theatre and opera.
For the final episode of this series, Catherine Fairweather talks to renowned photographer, Sir Don McCullin CBE.
Our aim is to make the move from your current home to your new residence at Auriens Chelsea as simple as possible. Our design team are on hand to offer as much support and assistance as needed.
Our next musical evening in Culfords Restaurant takes place on Wednesday 29th June and features the renowned singer, Elaine Delmar.
Actress and conservationist Stefanie Powers is our guest on the penultimate episode of the first series of The Third Act.
We round up the main highlights of the much-anticipated Platinum Jubilee weekend including a special Jubilee afternoon tea at Auriens Chelsea.
Auriens Chelsea is featured in the Jubilee issue of Country & Townhouse Magazine
The tenth episode of The Third Act features Colonel John Blashford-Snell CBE - one of the world's most respected and renowned explorers.
Auriens was included in a feature in the Sunday Times about new ways to boost wellbeing in older age.
For the latest episode of The Third Act, Catherine Fairweather talks with journalist and author, Brigid Keenan whose found great success later in life as the author of seven books and a regular columnist for publications such as The Oldie.
Episode eight of The Third Act features party architect, Johnny Roxburgh who has worked at the very top of the events industry for over 40 years.
Learn about the latest advances in medicine, technology and wellness at exclusive events with some of the world's leading health professionals.
The colourful and sometime controversial Lt Cl Tim Spicer is a 20 year veteran of the British Army who has found new success as an author.
Dame Harriet Walter is one of the UK's most respected actresses who, at the age of 71, is more in demand than ever.
May is when Chelsea is in full bloom with the world-famous RHS CHelsea Flower Show. But find out what else is happening in London during the beautiful month of May.
On April 27th, we held our first musical dinner in Culfords Restaurant. It was an evening of fine food and live jazz from crooner Matthew vanKan and his jazz quartet.
Former Arts Editor, John Preston's Third Act sees him enjoying huge success in his 60's.
The fourth episode of podcast sees Catherine Fairweather speak to the amazing Marie Helvin.
Spring has definitely sprung and, along with the blossoms and daffodils, some exciting shows, restaurants and exhibitions are opening in London this month.
Join us on Wednesday, 27th April for cocktails and a three-course dinner with entertainment provided by jazz and swing crooner, Matthew vanKan and his jazz quartet.
Episode Three of The Third Act features the multi-talented Carinthia West - photographer, model and muse.
Celebrate Easter Sunday with friends and family in Culfords Restaurant
Episode Two of The Third Act, our new podcast, is here and we speak with esteemed designer Nicky Haslam.
We are delighted to share with you a preview of the first episode of our new podcast The Third Act.
From art talks to golf dinners and our very first dinner dance, there's alot happening at Auriens Chelsea for our residents and friends. Here are just a few of the events to look forward to over the next few weeks.
Live performances are most definitely back. The cream of British talent will be taking to the stage in the coming weeks with a number of performances from some of our greatest actors and singers that should not be missed.
What if we all saw age, not as a barrier, but as a new beginning? Featuring sparkling conversation from vintage minds, The Third Act, launching later this month, is a podcast that celebrates later life.
"Renting an Auriens apartment is much like setting up home in a five-star hotel"
From musical recitals to a charity bridge drive and a trip to see one of the season's most eagerly anticipated new plays, there's alot for our residents to enjoy together this month.
"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether 20 or 80. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young." said the legendary American businessman Henry Ford. So, here are two websites which will help keep your mind and body active.
Times may be a little uncertain but that hasn't stopped us making plans for 2022. From entertaining performances to informative talks, residents and invited guests can start the year with a varied calendar of events from which to choose.
"With a speakeasy bar, cinema, wine cellar and spa, Auriens, located just off London’s irresistibly fashionable King’s Road, sounds more like a glamourous resort."
Enjoy one of the finest Sunday Lunches in Chelsea at Culfords Restaurant.
While 2021 may be finishing on a slightly uncertain note, there is much to look forward to in 2022. A glance at some of the art exhibitions opening in the capital next year shows why London enjoys a reputation as one of the most culturally dynamic cities in the world.
November has been a month full of entertainment and education at Auriens with a little retail therapy thrown in for good measure.
Arrange care for yourself or a loved one in the comfort of home
Granny Gets A Grip is a wonderful one-stop marketplace for stylish products designed to keep life comfortable and active.
Although a little later than usual this year, the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show still took place and Auriens Chelsea joined in with the fun.
As the capital continues to reopen, our Head Concierge Dan McCaskie, rounds up the most exciting cultural events and openings taking place in London during October.
Art consultant, James Ashcroft, offers an insight into the curation of the Auriens art collection and how he chose works from both emerging and established British artists.
We are delighted to be partnering with Gaze Burvill to sponsor their beautiful stand at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which takes place 21 - 26 September.
As we officially open our doors and the seasons start to change, a new vibrancy returns to London. Dan McCaskie, our Head Concierge, rounds up the latest events and openings in and around Chelsea.
As our September opening draws closer, we are delighted to unveil three new show apartments that offer a taste of the Auriens lifestyle.
We are proud to announce that Auriens is the newest member of Walpole, a body that promotes British luxury. Auriens is the first later living company to join Walpole alongside other British luxury brands such as Wedgwood, Rolls Royce and Burberry. Our CEO, David Meagher, was profiled in Walpole's Luxury Leader series. Read on ...
Not content with just establishing a beautifully equipped gym and spa at Auriens, we wanted to go several steps further. Our search for a forward-thinking wellness approach that would dovetail with our goal to champion active ageing led us to Gideon Remfry.
Dan McCaskie, our Head Concierge, rounds up what's happening in and around Chelsea in July from an old favourite reopening on the King's Road to watercolour workshops.
We are delighted to invite you to be one of the first to see Auriens Chelsea. During the month of July, we are offering exclusive previews of the complete building.
We are excited to announce that Matt Tsistrakis has joined the Auriens team as Head Chef. Matt was most recently Master Cook at the iconic Simpson’s in the Strand and has also worked for a number of leading London establishments including The Savoy, The Connaught, and The Sloane Club.
Bringing the Auriens vision to life, we are delighted to announce that appointments are now available to view the first show apartment on-site at Auriens Chelsea. Exquisitely furnished by London design studio Albion Nord, here’s a flavour of what to expect.
Our new Head Concierge, Dan McCaskie, has rounded up some of this month's most exciting openings and events in Chelsea ranging from a new village on Pont Street to a pop-up bar in the middle of Sloane Square.
As we enter the final fit-out stage of the Dovehouse Street build, we reveal some of the innovations developed by the team as well as the attention to detail that sets Auriens Chelsea apart.
Chelsea gold medal winner Andy Sturgeon unveils the design of his beautifully landscaped gardens at Auriens Chelsea.
Care costs at Auriens are significantly lower than the equivalent in-home service. This is due to the efficiencies of having a permanent team on-site, together with the option of shorter care visits and residents not usually requiring a carer to live-in.
Auriens Chelsea has won the coveted ‘Project of the Year’ accolade in the over £50 million category at this year’s BIM Awards in partnership with construction firm Multiplex.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile Daphne Selfe, the 88 year old supermodel.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 83 years old Lynn Ruth Miller.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 69 years old Linda Rodin.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 84 years old Yuichiro Miura.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 86 years old Sister Madonna Buder.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 78 years old Sir Robin Knox-Johnston.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile Gio-Batta Morassi.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 85 years old Bob Holder.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 83 years old Dame Stephanie Shirley
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 84 years old Hideko Umeno.
Auriens, in association with the Financial Times, are profiling individuals who redefine later life. This week we profile 105 years old Robert Marchand.
Virginia McKenna began her career as an actress and found fame playing Joy Adamson in the 1966 film Born Free. Making the movie fired a passionate desire to protect animals; that still drives her work with the Born Free Foundation, which she co-founded in 1984.
After three decades as a celebrity speed queen, Dubliner Rosemary Smith retired from rally driving. But then, a few months before her 80th birthday, she received an offer she couldn’t refuse – a drive in a Formula One car.
Japan’s first female photojournalist fought discrimination to chronicle her nation’s postwar devastation. Now into her second century, she is still working despite breaking her legs and hand in a fall.
Madhur Jaffrey may be best known for having revolutionised the way we see Indian food globally, but the polymath chef, writer and actor has many more strings to her bow. Now 84, her hunger for all that the world has to offer is far from sated.
The Venetian glass master’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. But his inspiration both in art and life comes from simple pleasures close to home.
One evening she suddenly decided to give up her career as an acclaimed culinary author to become an outsider artist.
Fresh from high school, Floyd Norman began his career as an in-betweener at Walt Disney studios. The first African-American artist to work at Disney, he has successfully spanned the worlds of hand-drawn and computer animation. Floyd Norman was the subject of the 2016 documentary, “An Animated Life.”
After a career in marketing in the beauty industry, Angela Laws came out of retirement to become social media manager for TrustedHousesitters, a global digital business that matches house and pet-sitters, and learned how to create online content and manage digital communities
After a broadcasting career spanning several decades, Joan Bakewell was made a working peer and the voice of older people in the House of Lords
With several successful ventures behind him, Bob Gould doesn’t need to endure the blood, sweat and tears of building up a new business, but he can’t think of anything he’d rather do.
Retired at 65 in the wake of a life-changing family event, Tricia Cusden asked herself what she wanted from the rest of her life. Five years on, the phenomenal success of her online makeup brand, Look Fabulous Forever, has given her the answer.