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Waterstone of Westchester, a premier independent living community for those over 62, has opened its welcome center in White Plains.

Currently under construction, Waterstone will open the luxury boutique hotel-style community in 2022. The welcome center recently opened and is located at 15 Maple Avenue.

Waterstone of Westchester is designed for seniors seeking life-enriching opportunities in a luxury boutique hotel-style community. Residents will enjoy a full array of exceptional amenities including a movie theater, fitness center, indoor pool, lobby bar, art studio and salon. Services include chauffeured car service, garage parking and on-site concierge. Gourmet cuisine, which is served in a variety of on-site dining venues, is prepared by professional chefs who use locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.

Residents will also benefit with access to home care services through an on-site partnership with VNS Westchester that allows residents to receive the assistance they need to stay healthy and engaged.

“With the growth of the senior population and so many Westchester residents looking to remain in their home communities, we are pleased to be opening one of the premier independent living facilities in Westchester County, Waterstone of Westchester,” said Joanna Cormac Burt, COO of Epoch Senior Living. “This extraordinary community goes way beyond expectations by offering a luxurious setting with supportive services and a multitude of social opportunities. We are particularly excited about our location in downtown White Plains, a vibrant city with restaurants, shops and cultural activities all within walking distance, perfect for our new community.”

Waterstone of Westchester promises to be a first-class addition to White Plains. One of the keys to a vibrant community is its ability to attract people of all ages and at different stages of their lives. I am pleased to welcome Waterstone of Westchester to our city,” said White Plains Mayor Tom Roach.

Those interested in visiting the welcome center should call in advance for timed visits to meet COVID-19 social distancing requirements. For more information about Waterstone of Westchester, visit or call 914-821-6369.

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