An aerial view shows the NewBridge on the Charles campus, including independent and assisted living residences, surrounded by beautiful green space.

Types of Residences

From independent living to assisted living, NewBridge on the Charles offers luxury senior living on a lush, suburban campus.

Upscale Living With Downsized Responsibilities

At NewBridge on the Charles on the Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Campus, you can enjoy a remarkable range of residence styles, floor plans, and care options to support your best life, as you define it. Picture yourself living the life you deserve at NewBridge on the Charles.

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Find the Style That Suits You Best

An independent living resident reads a book as she reclines on a white leather chair in her bright, contemporary cottage residence at NewBridge on the Charles.

Freedom and Flexibility

Independent Living

With 182 independent living apartments, 24 villas, and 50 cottages, NewBridge on the Charles offers a variety of luxurious living options.

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Everyday Support, Every Day Fulfilling

Assisted Living

With 87 comfortable, bright apartments, we offer you a beautiful home and personal care as needed so you can focus on what matters most to you.

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Maximizing the Moment

Memory Care Assisted Living

Our memory care assisted living residences provide seniors with early and mid-stage Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias with individual attention, a full day of therapeutic programming, cutting-edge environmental design and access to Harvard Medical School-affiliated health care.

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Independent Living Residences


Assisted Living Residences


Memory Care Assisted Living Residences

What People are saying about Hebrew SeniorLife

  • "I love sitting out on my balcony. It’s a sense of having a wonderful apartment, and also enjoying the copper beech tree and nature."

    NewBridge resident Dorothy "Doe" Cotton

    Dorothy “Doe” Cotton