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Callahan Completes Duo of Luxury Senior Living Projects

Callahan Construction Managers, based in Bridgewater, MA, has completed two new luxury senior living residences on behalf of Anthology Senior Living. They include Anthology of Natick and Anthology of Millis. 

Anthology of Natick is located at 119 E. Central St. in Natick, MA. The 82,274-square-foot project included 62 assisted living and 24 memory care units. 

Anthology of Mills is a 117,268-square-foot complex at 125 Dover Rd. in Millis, MA. Callahan constructed 14 independent living townhouses, plus a main building with 67 assisted living units and 24 memory care units. 

In addition to Callahan and Anthology, the project team for both Anthology of Natick and Anthology of Millis included The Architectural Team, mechanical engineer WBA Engineers, plumbing engineer Dubin Engineers, electrical engineer Electrical Systems Engineering and civil engineer GLM Engineering. 


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