The children of Park Village had the time of their lives at
our annual Halloween Party on October 26th.
Games, snacks and tons of fun were had by everyone!
NATICK: Selectman Susan Salamoff joined Town Officials and honored guests of Stonegate Group on October 11th, 2017 at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly renovated 13 West Central Street, the former site of American Legion Edward P Clark Post 107.
Selectman Salamoff thanked Stonegate Group for their “…special attention to detail in redeveloping the American Legion building to the Legion Condominium that not only maintains the character of Natick Center but adds to needed housing in Natick Center. Natick residents who wish to stay in Natick have an opportunity to downsize their homes and stay in the community”.
Stonegate Group began construction in August of 2016, and has designated the building the “Legion Condominium”, an homage to its former life of several decades as an American Legion Post. The building was originally constructed circa 1880 and has hosted a variety of organizations including the Underwood Furniture Company, Natick District Court and F.W. Woolworth Company.
Sean McGrath, president of Stonegate Group said “We’re proud to be involved in bringing life back to this prominent Natick landmark”.
Renovations of this mixed-used property included a complete demolition of the building, with the exception of the south and east elevations, which were preserved in an effort to retain the historic character of the building.
The property is comprised of four retail units on the first floor and eleven one and two bedroom units on the second and third floors. For residential tenants, the building houses an underground parking garage for their exclusive use, elevator access, a roof top deck overlooking Natick Common, and high-end features such as Quartz counter tops, hardwood floors, in-unit laundry, and Wi-Fi enabled thermostats. Rents start at $2,250 per month.
The building has already generated a great deal of interest from both potential residential renters as well as commercial tenants alike who are interested in settling in Downtown Natick, which is currently in the midst of a cultural and economic revitalization.
The newest property in the Natick Center District has been actively marketed by Stonegate Group for retail, restaurant, office and other commercial uses. McGrath stated, “13 West Central Street is a win for anyone seeking to grow their business or to start a new venture. There has been a lot of local attention focused on this redevelopment project, and it would be a terrific opportunity for any business hoping to be in the center of a supportive community”.
Commercial spaces will be leased in warm shell condition and will range from approximately 837 square feet to 2,687 square feet. A larger business would be able to lease up contiguous spaces, a total of approximately 5,941 square feet.
Our residents at Park Village in Westborough had a terrific time this year at the 2017 Park Village Fest!
Food, fun games and activities enjoyed by both kids and adults.
Thank you to all who helped us make this event such a success...
we're already looking forward to next year!
The Westborough Dairy Queen staff (and mascot Curly) were proud to march in the Westborough 300th Birthday Parade on September 9th, 2017.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Westborough!!
Originally published in the Westborough Community Advocate on May 14, 2017.
(Article written by Bonnie Adams, Managing Director) Edited for space purposes.
Westborough – The young residents of the Park Village apartment complex got a special treat the morning of May 13 when members of the Westborough Police and Fire departments stopped by for a “meet and greet” event.
The event was organized by Police Lt. Todd Minardi as a way, he said, to help kids get to know some of the officials and let them know they could count on them if they ever needed help. The kids were given the opportunity to check out a police cruiser and fire truck as well.
The officers also took the opportunity to discuss with parents and caregivers how to best protect themselves from the increasing amount of scams that have been occurring online as well as via cell phone calls.
“We just want to help provide them with information so they don’t get victimized,” Minardi said. “Unfortunately scammers are becoming more sophisticated and because so many are based out of the country, there’s really not much that we can do once a person has been victimized. So we want to give them tools so that does not happen.”
For information on scams and how to best protect yourself, visit www.mass.gov/ago/consumer-resources/consumer-information/scams-and-identity-theft/cca.
The banner is up in Downtown Westborough for Westborough's 300th Birthday, and Stonegate Group is a proud sponsor of the celebration!
Westborough's official birthday isn't until November 18, 2017,
but the celebrations will begin this October.
Click on the link below for a list of all the events and activities.
Happy Birthday Westborough!
This Spring, Stonegate Group provided the use of our currently vacant property in Downtown Natick to the Natick Fire & Police Departments in order for them to conduct emergency drill and rescue training.
Below are some photographs from their 2017 training exercises in the former St. Patrick's Parish School at 45 E. Central Street, as well as the former convent at 5 Wilson Street.
We are proud to assist our fire and police departments, and look forward to their next training exercise.
Thank you NFD and NPD for keeping our community safe!
Spring has Sprung at Park Village in Westborough!
Stonegate Group hosted its 4th Annual "Breakfast on The Go" on Wednesday, March 29th,
Coffee, juice and pastries were available for grownups heading out to work,
and for kids leaving for school.
It's our way of saying "thank you" to our tenants for being so great!
Wednesday, April 6th was Family Literacy Night at our clubhouse.