Hopkinton – Golden Pond Resident Care Corp. celebrated the grand opening of its newly expanded and renovated facility, Golden Pond Assisted Living, with a dedication and preview ceremony Nov. 8.
The 64,000 square foot expansion involved doubling the facility's existing footprint to offer additional apartments and new services for residents to enjoy an independent lifestyle with supportive services at their doorsteps. Golden Pond will welcome residents into the new space shortly.
Golden Pond Resident Care Corp., owner of Golden Pond, hosted the open house to celebrate completion of construction of the renovation and addition project of Golden Pond, located at 60 West Main St. in Hopkinton. Joining the event were Golden Pond staff, elected officials and the general public.
Golden Pond Executive Director Katy Tavares welcomed guests to the ceremony, including Scott Richardson, president, Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce, John Mosher, chair of the Hopkinton Board of Selectmen; and Cindy Chesmore, director of the Hopkinton Council on Aging.
Tours were given immediately following the ceremony, which allowed visitors to see the results of the renovation and expansion. The new construction includes a new, four-story, 36,000 square foot addition to the current Golden Pond building, and consists of 33 assisted living apartments, increasing the total number of residential units to 82.
Golden Pond, a 22-year assisted living facility, provides continuing care to residents on an independent lifestyle and assisted living level. Golden Pond's programs and services are designed specifically for individuals who may benefit from assistance with their daily care to maintain that independence.
For more information visit goldenpondassistedliving.com.