Vinnin Square Celebrates Grand Opening

| September 22, 2017

(l-r) LCB Senior Living CEO Michael Stoller, Mass. Senator Thomas McGee, and The Residence at Vinnin Square executive director Karla Rossi

Swampscott, MA – The Residence at Vinnin Square, owned and operated by LCB Senior Living, located at 224 Salem Street in Swampscott, recently held a ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of the new senior living community. The building was constructed by Callahan Construction Managers.

Over 200 attendees gathered at the event, including associates from LCB and local senior living and care providers, community investors, local media, and town and state officials.

Independent Living residents at The Residence at Vinnin Square have private apartments with a kitchenette and bath, along with the peace of mind of 24-hour security, three nutritious meals prepared and served anytime-dining-style onsite, fitness center, available laundry and cleaning services, a full activities program, building and grounds maintenance, and a host of optional services. Assisted Living residents have all of the above, along with assistance with the activities of daily living, including dressing, bathing, medication reminders, and other services.


“We are pleased to support LCB Senior Living in delivering this exceptional property to the community,” said Patrick Callahan, President of Callahan Construction Managers. “Callahan brings extensive experience in the construction of high-quality senior housing throughout the region, and is proud to continue our relationship with LCB at The Residence at Vinnin Square, our third project with this respected senior living leader.”

Food and refreshments were served by chefs and culinary staff from several LCB communities.  The ceremony featured several speakers, including State Senator Thomas McGee, Swampscott Town Manager Sean Fitzgerald, LCB Senior Living CEO Michael Stoller, and The Residence at Vinnin Square Executive Director Karla Rossi. The event concluded with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The community also includes LCB’s renowned Reflections Memory Care services for residents with 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.  All programming was developed in collaboration with the Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital.


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Category: All, Senior/Assisted LIving