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Social Impact


Concerned citizens joined together in 1995 to form the Lexington Retirement Community Board to explore the possibilities of establishing a local retirement community for area citizens. After five years of study, the group elected to partner with The Kendal Corporation, a leading not-for-profit
organization of retirement communities, and Kendal at Lexington was founded.

Today, Kendal receives support from a strong, involved volunteer board made up of people from the broader community working together, with residents and the administration.

The community provides homes for approximately 200 independent living residents in 150 apartments and cottages, up to 20 assisted living residents in the Webster Assisted Living Center and rooms for as many as 60 individuals who require skilled nursing care in the five-star-rated Borden Health Center.

Read Kendal at Lexington’s 2020 Community Impact Report