Cranshaw Celebrates Waterstone at Lexington Grand Opening
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Exterior photograph of multi-unit senior living apartment building on site with trees changing to fall colors.

Cranshaw Celebrates Waterstone at Lexington Grand Opening

Alongside National Development and EPOCH Senior Living, Cranshaw celebrated the official ribbon cutting and grand opening of Waterstone of Lexington on the evening of October 27, 2022. A wonderful night was spent toasting this new luxury senior living community which features 114 independent and 40 assisted living residences in distinct areas of an interconnected complex.

First-class amenities – including a staffed fitness facility, on-site salon, and 24-hour concierge – are provided on a 17.5-acre wooded campus nestled adjacent to the Belmont Country Club. The 261,605 SF facility was designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects with a mid-century modern aesthetic inspired by the architecture of Lexington.

Congratulations to all involved, including the client and design team, our construction trade partners and the Town of Lexington.

National Development’s Managing Partner Ted Tye said the opening of Waterstone of Lexington “represents the best-in-class in the Boston area and a culmination of our 25 years of building senior communities. We have provided a building that has incredible amenities and spacious well-designed apartments.’’ Tye added that the property offers “new housing option for our seniors, addressing a need for a more diverse housing in town and a new way for long-time residents to down-size while remaining in our community.”

In May 2022, Cranshaw completed Bridges at Lexington, a two-story memory care facility located across Watertown Street from Waterstone of Lexington. Cranshaw also proudly built Waterstone at The Circle and Waterstone at Wellesley.

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