LCB Senior Living, LLC Assumes Management of Traditions of Wayland and Traditions of Dedham
NORWOOD, MA–LCB Senior Living, LLC, the Norwood, Massachusetts-based, developer and operator of luxury independent, assisted and memory care communities for seniors, has announced that it will assume management of two senior living communities owned by MacNeil and Associates: Traditions of Wayland in Wayland, MA, and Traditions of Dedham, located in Dedham, MA.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be managing these two fine properties,” said LCB CEO Michael A. Stoller. “They are very much in keeping with the quality communities that LCB develops and operates, and we’re looking forward to leading them to continued growth and success.”
Traditions of Dedham has 95 apartments offering a blend of Independent, Assisted and Memory Care living. Traditions is a classic New England-style building on wooded grounds with easy proximity to downtown Dedham and Route 128.
Traditions of Wayland offers a mix of 76 Independent, Assisted and Memory Care apartments in a variety of configurations, and is situated on the grounds of the historic Paine Estate, including the original mansion, which was previously restored. Its location offers easy access to regional amenities, along with a broad spectrum of services.
Established in 2011, LCB owns and operates 19 communities throughout Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut. In addition to managing these two new properties, the company has four communities under construction in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, and several others undergoing permitting.
All of LCB’s buildings provide high-end services to the senior housing market, and offer residents the highest-quality amenities, with luxurious settings and finishes. LCB communities feature Independent, Assisted/Personal Care and Reflections Memory Care services, along with “Anytime Dining” (allowing residents to eat what they like, when they want, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily), its popular bistros, provide an informal alternative to restaurant dining with lunchtime paninis, a burger bar, and a variety of special menus. Communities feature common areas including libraries, living rooms, country kitchens, theaters, and offer a very active engagement calendar, offering daily intellectual, cultural, recreational and social opportunities.