The Watermark at 3030 Park
Bridgeport, Connecticut - KDA Architect’s renovation of the Watermark at 3030 took New England’s first continuing care retirement community, which included a 1960′s-era high-rise, and transformed it into a premier senior living facility competitive in today’s market. Located in the heart of Fairfield County, halfway between Boston and New York City, the mature campus of the Watermark at 3030 provides residents with a tree-filled, park-like surrounding. The central aspect of the campus’s repositioning was the complete overhaul of the aging 10-story tower. All public and resident areas were remade. The new Center for Well-being has a brand-new fitness center, a heated indoor pool, locker rooms, a Pilates and yoga area, a salon, and a day spa. A new performing arts auditorium, an arts and crafts room, a greenhouse and a wood shop are also features of the new Center. Two new dining venues were created, along with the new Metropolitan Lounge.
The Watermark at 3030′s new state-of-the-art rehabilitation and nursing center, The Springs, opened in 2009. A new memory care facility, called the Gardens, is a neighborhood within the Springs that serves residents affected by memory loss, while The Inn is a new 24-residence assisted living program on the Spring’s second floor. The Inn has an array of unit types, from single-room suites to full two-bedroom apartments.
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