Callahan Construction Managers recently commemorated the launch of construction on Laurentide at Mashpee Commons, a new senior living property developed by Northbridge Companies, a leading owner and manager of quality senior living communities throughout New England.
Located at 64 Great Neck Rd. in South Mashpee, MA, Laurentide will feature beautifully appointed apartments, a full calendar of social programs, locally-sourced dining and maintenance-free living. The community is conveniently located in the master planned Mashpee Commons neighborhood, which offers residents access to a wide selection of stores, restaurants, and entertainment.
“We have been serving seniors from the Cape for 10 years with our Plymouth communities Stafford Hill and Laurelwood. When we were given the opportunity to create a senior living community adjacent to Mashpee Commons, we knew this was the perfect place for us to enable seniors to stay on Cape,” said Wendy Nowokunski, President and co-founder of Northbridge companies, “We are thrilled to be working with our long-time partner, Callahan, to bring a wonderful new choice to area seniors and their families.”
Laurentide is Northbridge Companies’ 16th community within the New England region. The state-of-the-art project is slated for a summer 2018 completion and will include 70 apartments with three lifestyle options: independent living, assisted living and Northbridge’s signature Avita memory care program. Amenities at Laurentide will include a gracious dining room, pub and lounge, library, landscaped walking paths and sunroom, among many other features.
“With longstanding experience in the construction of high-quality senior housing, we are pleased to expand our relationship with Northbridge Companies in the construction of this vibrant senior living community,” said Patrick Callahan, President of Callahan Construction Managers. “This project not only delivers a superior senior living community to the area, but also complements the wide range of lifestyle offerings available within Mashpee Commons.”