Beautiful grounds? Check. Spacious living quarters? Check. Superlative services and amenities? Check. Outstanding residents? Check. NewBridge on the Charles offers all of these benefits and so much more, but it's our residents who make living here truly special. They come from a variety of backgrounds and bring with them an incredible range of experiences, interests and skills, which they readily share with the community.
Learn more about some of our residents and their stories.
“We found a supportive community in NewBridge with an amazing amount of talent being shared with others.”
“The most important thing to bring with you is a positive attitude. NewBridge provides all the rest.”
For NewBridge on the Charles resident, Diana Bronner, style is not just about the way you look, but the way you live your life.
“Here at NewBridge you have a community and there are many things you can contribute to.”
Friendships are just as important for men as they age as they are for women. Studies reveal that men who have close friends are generally happier and live longer than men who don’t.
Collecting can enrich one’s life, broaden one’s interests and fill one’s leisure time. Collecting also provides the thrill of the chase. And, in the case, of Ellie Levine's "movable book" collection, it’s the satisfaction she gets from introducing what she loves to others.
Roz Holt and Marilyn Stone moved to NewBridge within the first months of the community opening. They had both lived in Lexington, but had never met each other.
As children we may look up to our fathers as superheroes. As we age, we realize our fathers are not invincible, but human with their own personal stories of how they overcame the most difficult challenges in their own lives.
“A meaningful part of this life is the sharing of feelings, opinions and perspectives of other people who live here at NewBridge.”