Norwood Park Senior Satellite Center

LEED Certified

This 7,044 square foot senior satellite center will be constructed on Park District property adjoining the existing Fieldhouse. Upon completion, this senior center will offer fitness classes, computer classes, a dining room where hot meals will be served and health screenings for the elderly to the community.

LEED Features: This project will achieve the PBC’s goal for LEED “Silver” Certification.

Portage Park Satellite Senior Center

“I want Chicago to be known as a city that supports and cares about its seniors and I’m committed to making it the best city in the world for seniors to live.” – Mayor Richard M. Daley

Opened on Valentine’s Day, 2004 the Portage Park Satellite Senior Center is an addition to a Chicago Park District facility. It features:

  • Daily snack bar with soup and salad;
  • Fitness room with treadmills and weights;
  • Library with computers;
  • Multi purpose room with large screen TV.

Ada S. Niles Senior Center

The Englewood Branch Senior Center opened its doors in May 2004. The center is operated by Ada S. Niles Senior Center under the auspices of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago. The center serves seniors who reside within the 3rd, 16th and 20th wards.

Austin Senior Satellite Center

“The Neighborhoods Alive! With Seniors initiative addresses the many needs and improves their quality of life of Chicago’s seniors – our city’s most valuable asset. The seniors of the Austin community now have a facility right in their neighborhood to socialize with friends, learn computer skills, to exercise and to have lunch.” Mayor Richard M. Daley

Opened on January 17, 2004 the Austin Senior Satellite Center features:

  • Golden Diner lunchroom
  • Fitness Room, equiped with treadmills and weights
  • Multipurpose room
  • Computers
  • Library

Abbott Park Senior Satellite Center

“Seniors are the societal bedrock of our city, and we want them to remain here in Chicago so they can be near their family and friends. It is our hope that places like the Abbott Park Satellite Senior Center will help them continue to be happy, active, contributing citizens.” Mayor Richard M. Daley

Mayor Daley cut the ribbon August 21, 2004 opening the new senior satellite center. Built in Abbott Park the center features:

  • Fitness Programs
  • Computer Classes with Internet Access
  • Health Screenings
  • Life Enrichment Programs
  • Benefits Eligibility Screenings
  • Daily Hot Lunch

West Town/Logan Square Senior Satellite Center

“Now our city’s most valuable asset, our seniors, have a place right in their neighborhood where they may gather with friends, learn computer and other skills, exercise and socialize.” – Mayor Richard M. Daley

The first of 10 Senior Satellite Centers was opend by Mayor Daley on October 12, 2002. The $2 million facility in the Goldblatt’s Building serves seniors in the West Town and Logan Square commuinities.

The facility includes a large lunchroom, fitness room, multipurpose meeting and recreation rooms, and a library.