Waterstone of Lexington named The Nationals silver award winner

March 29, 2024 - Front Section

Lexington, MA Waterstone of Lexington has been recognized as a silver award winner in The Nationals, an awards program that honors the best of the best in the building and construction industry. Selected from more than 1,200 entries, Waterstone of Lexington was awarded in the 55+ housing category. The silver award was presented at The Nationals program held Feb. 27, 2024, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

These awards showcase quality, innovation and emerging trends that appeal to the mature demographic. The competition is judged by knowledgeable peers and industry experts, each having a proven record of success in various facets of this specialized sector.

“Our beautiful community, created by Cranshaw Construction and Elkus Manfredi Architects in partnership with National Development, is the ideal home for older adults who are looking for an active, enriching retirement lifestyle,” said Fred Kelly, executive director at Waterstone of Lexington. “This award further validates the exceptional purposeful design our community offers to all our residents.”

Located amid a wooded conservation area, Waterstone of Lexington was crafted with an updated take on mid-century modern design that the surrounding area is well known for, such as the architecture of the nearby Gropius House in Lincoln. Waterstone of Lexington’s rental apartments, featuring finishes and details, are complemented by amenities, multiple dining venues, and designed common spaces for resident enjoyment. Residents can pursue their interests in the fitness center and indoor pool, mind-body studio and juice bar, movie theater, art studio, library, pub, and more.

“The Nationals award winners set the standard for excellence in building, marketing and design,” said Allen Oliver, chairperson of The Nationals and CFO at Meredith Communications. 

“These prestigious awards have represented NAHB’s dedication to recognizing innovation, creativity and success for more than 40 years.”



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