Multi Residential Senior/Assisted Living

The Congress Companies Breaks Ground On Assisted Living Project

20131029 The Residence at South Windsor Farms Groundbreaking

l-r: Chamber of Commerce President Julie Lapp; LCB Senior Living CEO Michael Stoller; 
Mayor Thomas Delnicki; Rep. Bill Aman; Sen. Gary LeBeau

South Windsor, CT The Congress Companies and LCB Senior Living, LLC held a groundbreaking ceremony  to mark the commencement of a $13 million Assisted Living and Independent Living Project in South Windsor.  Located at 200 Deming Street, The Residence at South Windsor will be a state-of-the-art, 80-apartment senior living community.

A full service construction firm, The Congress Companies of Peabody Mass., will provide Construction Management services for the project, which will be operated by their repeat client LCB Senior Living, LLC, of Norwood.

The 66,000sf, three-story facility in the Craftsman style, was designed by The Architectural Team of Chelsea, Mass. The Residences at South Windsor will feature a country kitchen, open and enclosed porches, common living and dining rooms, group activity and lounge areas, a beauty salon, and media rooms. Construction is scheduled for completion in Fall 2014.


The Residence at South Windsor is located among the beautiful farmlands of South Windsor, surrounded by centurial trees and untouched marshes. Trails stretch across the wetlands and through the fields nearby and the historic town of South Windsor offers an active cultural events scene geared towards seniors.

The Residences will be secured 24 hours a day, and will offer residents three gourmet meals daily, provide laundry and cleaning services, and offer a full activities program. Resident apartments will feature kitchenettes and private bathrooms. Nursing staff will assist residents in need with the activities of daily living, including medication management, dressing and personal hygiene.

Among those present at the groundbreaking ceremony were South Windsor Chamber of Commerce President Julie Lapp, LCB Senior Living CEO Michael Stoller, The Congress Companies CEO William Nicholson, South Windsor Mayor Thomas Delnicki, State Representative Bill Aman, and State Senator Gary LeBeau.