LCB Senior Living hosts dedication and ground breaking for The Residence at Melrose Station

November 25, 2016 - Front Section

Melrose, MA At a ceremony attended by more than 100 local residents, public officials and others, LCB Senior Living, LLC had a dedication for The Residence at Melrose Station, an 90-apartment independent, assisted and memory care residence for seniors at 158 Essex St.

Shown (from left) are: LCB CEO Michael Stoller; MA state representative Paul Brodeur; executive director Kristen Duggan; MA state senator Jason Lewis; LCB president Stephen Puliafico; and mayor Robert Dolan.

The community is located close to the town center, where residents will live within walking distance from restaurants, shops and other amenities. The Residence at Melrose Station will feature amenities and services, including an on-site restaurant that will allow residents to dine on their own schedules, living rooms and a library, media room, recreation facilities, outdoor sitting and walking areas.

Independent living residents at the community will have their own apartment with kitchenette and bath, along with 24-hour security, three 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.

The Residence at Melrose Station - Melrose, MA

The Residence at Melrose Station 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 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 13 communities in four New England states, and is in the process of developing several more.

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