Northbridge and Sandy River host grand opening of Stroudwater Lodge: PROCON, construction manager; design by Gawron Turgeon Architects

May 05, 2017 - Northern New England
Ribbon cutting of Stroudwater Lodge Senior
Living - Westbrook, ME

Westbrook, ME It was standing room only at Stroudwater Lodge Senior Living as Northbridge Companies and the Sandy River Company welcomed local dignitaries, partners, residents and friends to its grand opening. PROCON of Manchester, N.H. was the construction manager and Gawron Turgeon Architects of Scarborough, ME designed the building. Stroudwater Lodge is located off Spring St. with access to I-95 and is minutes from downtown Portland.

Northbridge Companies president Wendy Nowokunski opened the event. She thanked the many partners whose collaborative efforts made it all possible and stated “We are so thrilled to welcome so many wonderful new residents to Stroudwater Lodge. The quality of this project and process truly exceeded our expectations.”

Jim Coughlin, CEO of Northbridge Companies thanked the City of Westbrook, the city council, and many others who made the project possible, saying “Any project of this scale is a true team effort and we could not have done it without them.” He also thanked PROCON saying, “Have you ever seen a more beautiful community.”

This 90,848 s/f multi-level community features 95 studio, one and two-bedroom apartments with the option of independent or assisted living. The thoughtfully designed environment includes a robust selection of programs and services specific to older adults. Among the numerous amenities are a theatre, salon and barber shop, gourmet kitchen, pub and a fitness center. Planned group programs are also available for the residents to enjoy, such as computer, yoga or painting classes through the Artists in Residence Program.  Community members who like cooking may take classes with the executive chef.

The opening of Stroudwater Lodge completes the owner’s master plan for adding three senior living communities to the Maine landscape. 


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