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Welcome to Coburg Village.

 

We are a 55+ independent living community situated on 26 wooded acres in Rexford, New York. We are just minutes from Clifton Park, Albany, and Saratoga Springs.

Coburg Village is a rental community offering more than 10-unique floor plans, including spacious cottages and one- and two-bedroom apartments, many with screened-in patios. Here you’ll experience care-free, maintenance-free living without the hassles of home ownership. There is No Buy In or Entry Fee!

Residents can enjoy countless social and cultural activities, chef-prepared dining, housekeeping services, and much more. Create your next masterpiece in our Art Studio; make a splash in our salt-water pool; or cultivate new friendships in our greenhouse. There are so many possibilities!  


What are you waiting for? Call us today, 518-371-5000.

 

Residents Share Why They Chose Coburg Village.


News & Notes

In December 2020, Coburg Village lost a treasured member of our community, Pastor Arthur Downing.  Pastor Downing served as part-time pastor at Coburg Village from 2000 until 2020. He was there for anyone who needed him. He was filled with compassion and grace and served as an incredible source of comfort to our residents, their families, and our staff.

On Saturday, November 13th, Coburg Village held a memorial service celebrating Pastor Downing’s life.

Veterans Day is a day set aside to commemorate the bravery and sacrifice of all United States veterans. But do you know the history behind this patriotic holiday?

Throughout Veterans Day week, Coburg Village honors our veterans with a display and an annual Veterans Day Program coordinated by residents Viola Bramkamp and Harry Spindler. The Veterans Program, which is open to residents, includes poems, a performance by Coburg’s choraliers, presentations about the Purple Heart and military service, and patriotic music; ending with the sounding of Taps.

Frances “Fradel” Cohen had always been the family historian. In 2006, she and her husband, Bill, moved to Coburg Village. Shortly after, she joined Coburg’s monthly writers’ group. The writer’s group so enjoyed her first story that she decided to finish the stories stored in her memory and jotted down on notepads. Frances enlisted the help of her daughter, Marilyn Cohen Shapiro, an author, columnist, and blogger. Marilyn is also a frequent contributor to the Jewish World.

Coburg Village is a part of The Lutheran Care Network a ministry of healing, hospitality and community through partnerships in caring. The Lutheran Care Network is committed to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of seniors.
  • Coburg Village is a part of The Lutheran Care Network a ministry of healing, hospitality and community through partnerships in caring. The Lutheran Care Network is committed to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of seniors.