PHOTO CAPTION: L-R: LCB CEO Michael Stoller, Executive Director Sylvia Clarke, Sen. Will Brownsberger, LCB President Stephen Puliafico, Town Council President Mark Sideris, LCB Partner Lewis Pearlson,
The Residence at Watertown Square Celebrates Grand Opening
Independent, Assisted & Memory Care in a Sophisticated City Living Setting
April 9, 2015—WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS. More than 200 people gathered at The Residence at Watertown Square Wednesday evening to celebrate the Grand Opening of Watertown’s newest assisted living and memory care community for seniors. Watertown-area officials and residents, staff associates, Watertown Square community residents and LCB Senior Living staff joined in celebration, culminating in a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Residence at Watertown Square is a unique community, offering seniors a unique combination of sophisticated city living and access to the area’s many resources and attractions. The community includes 90 Independent, Assisted and Memory Care Living apartments. Independent Living residents at the community will have their own apartment with kitchenette and bath, along with the peace of mind of 24-hour security, three gourmet meals prepared and served restaurant style on-site, available laundry and cleaning services, a full activities program, building and grounds maintenance, and a host of optional services. Assisted Living residents will have all of the above, along with assistance with the activities of daily living, including dressing, bathing medication reminders, and other services.
In his remarks, LCB Senior Living CEO Michael A. Stoller said: “We are thrilled to formally open this beautiful new community to area seniors. Watertown Square is a phenomenal location at the crossroads between the many attractions of Boston and Cambridge, and the more suburban features of the outlying communities. It’s the best of both worlds.”
The Residence at Watertown Square will also include LCB’s Reflections Memory Care services for residents with early stage Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments. In addition to offering sophisticated cognitive programming and a range of daily services, Reflections is a secure, safe environment with its own common areas, walking courtyard, and other amenities.
LCB Senior Living (www.lcbseniorliving.com) was founded in 2010 by the management team of the former Newton Senior Living, LLC (NSL). NSL was one of the first assisted living developers and operators in Massachusetts, and was the 16th-largest assisted living company in the United States when it was sold to a division of Lazard Freres in 2005. Headquartered in Norwood, MA, LCB currently operates ten communities in four New England states, and is in the process of developing seven more.