St. John of God

Brighton, MA

St. John of God, a continuum of care campus located in a densely populated residential neighborhood on a former Catholic hospital site consists of two new buildings and two existing buildings which were renovated with new additions. The completed project provided 83 independent living senior apartments, a 102 unit assisted living facility, a 78 bed skilled nursing facility and a 24 apartment hospice. The addition of two completely new buildings and the expansion of the existing buildings extended and perfected the inherent organizational intent of the original master plan without changing existing vehicular or pedestrian circulation patterns, preserved two mature beech trees and enhanced the campus-like quality of the site.



    Master Planning

  • TYPE

    Assisted Living

    Healthcare | Science + Technology

    Historic Preservation | Restoration + Adaptive Reuse

    New Construction

    Senior Living

    EA Fish Associates and Planning Office for Urban Affairs
  • SIZE
    Completed in 2003