This month, Waterstone at Wellesley celebrated six years as a community. Over the past six years, the people who live here have developed lasting friendships, and shared many meals and experiences together — from exceptional performances right in our own great room, to games, cocktail hours, chocolate tastings, movies and more. For them, Waterstone has become more than a beautiful place to live, it’s become their home.
Offering spacious independent and assisted living rental apartments, as well as a fitness center, pool, theater, restaurant-style dining, designer kitchens, a riverfront walking trail, putting green and underground parking garage, residents have everything they want right here. Situated along the Charles River, our community is walking distance to stores, restaurants and medical facilities. In addition to the local life, residents have access to the Greater Boston area's rich cultural offerings, with personalized transportation services available for outings as well as shopping and medical appointments.
And like the lives of each of our residents, the project has its own unique story. Waterstone at Wellesley was built on the former site of Grossman’s Hardware store, a lot which sat vacant for 16 years before work began on the Waterstone project. To honor that history, the Waterstone designers and development team incorporated some of the historical significance of the Grossman legacy into the design of the community, using the iconic orange and white colors in a piece of interior artwork and brick from the store in the building’s construction.
If you haven’t visited Waterstone and Wellesley, maybe it’s time. We invite you to join us for one of upcoming events — view a full list of them here.
To learn more or schedule a tour of our community, call 781-235-1614.