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The Kensington Summer Concert Series
Stop By For Music, Dancing & Tour Our Community
Saturday, August 3rd. Click HERE & RSVP Today!
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A Decade of Excellence

10 Years of Love,

Caring for our Residents 2011 – 2021

Well over a decade ago, a passionate group of career-long senior living professionals dreamed of creating senior living residences they’d choose if their own parents needed care. They wanted to contribute their knowledge and heart to ensure quality of life for older adults and to grant peace of mind to the families who love them. So they made a plan, drew from their collective expertise, built a company and realized a dream.

10 Years of Our Promise

  • Dan Gorham
    And so it begins
    Dan Gorham and Dave Faeder leave their leadership roles in a senior living organization to start a business geared toward acquiring and developing commercial real estate. The courtyard of their new Reston, VA office space is called Fountain Square, so they name their company Fountain Square Properties. They proceed in developing condos and hotels throughout the country.
  • partners Harley and Dan
    Ramping up
    Harley Cook joins Dan and Dave as a partner in Fountain Square Development and The Kensington White Plains.  Dan and Dave purchase Kensington Park Assisted Living.
  • 1st photo of construction building
    Digging in, literally
     Dan, Dave and Harley buy land for the future Kensington White Plains community.  Fountain Square Properties receives approval to build The Kensington White Plains.  Steve Lampa joins forces with Dan, Dave and Harley to assist with Kensington Park and other development initiatives.  The construction of The Kensington White Plains begins.
  • Kensington partners grand opening
    Coming to life
    Tiffany Tomasso and Steve Lampa formally partner with Dan and Dave to form Kensington Senior Living. Brenda Moynihan becomes the first employee of The Kensington White Plains as the Director of Marketing & Outreach.
  • grand opening ribbon cutting with mayor Joe Delfino
    Hello, The Kensington White Plains, and Welcome Residents!
    The Kensington White Plains Information Center opens on Mamaroneck Avenue. Fountain Square Management Services begins doing business as Kensington Senior Living. Celina Watson joins The Kensington White Plains as Executive Director on January 3. The Kensington White Plains hosts its first Information Center Open House on January 14. The Kensington White Plains hosts events every week at the Information Center and occasionally at other venues. The Models Open House is the first on-site event at 100 Maple Avenue in White Plains. Francine G. is the first resident to move in on September 1. Guests celebrate with residents and staff at the Grand Opening weekend on September 8, 9 & 10. Thirty residents move in within the first 30 days. The Kensington White Plains becomes the flagship community of Kensington Senior Living and lays the groundwork for future communities.
  • family member and resident hugging on beach
    Hello, California
    The Kensington Sierra Madre opens in February, and Kensington Place in Redwood City opens in October.
  • Smooth the Transition to Assisted Living
    Hello, Falls Church
    The Kensington Falls Church opens in February.
  • Tanya Walker Managing Director of Kensington Senior Living, headshot.
    Our family expands
    Tanya Walker becomes a Kensington Senior Living partner.
  • Hello, Redondo Beach
    The Kensington Redondo Beach opens in July.
  • patio
    Hello, Reston
    The Kensington Reston opens in February.

What Makes Us Different?

In 2011, the leadership of Kensington Senior Living announced their promise to love and care for your family as they do their own. They opened the doors of a beautiful community to seniors in and around White Plains, and they have spent the last 10 years upholding that promise.

The Kensington White Plains is an assisted living and memory care residence that is unlike any other throughout Westchester County. One of its most distinguishing characteristics is an enhanced assisted living license, which means that no residents will be asked to leave if they become frail or if care needs become advanced. The Kensington’s license, along with stable leadership, devoted caregivers and innovative programming, contribute to an unmatched level of excellence.

Other striking features of which The Kensington is proud include:

  • Ninety percent of the original team and partners are still in place.
  • The first Director of Nursing, MaryAnn Durso, continues to support residents, families and colleagues.
  • Relationships with professional resources and expert medical providers are thriving.
  • The spectrum of clinical care, assisted living services and memory care is comprehensive and progressive.

The Kensington team looks back on the last decade with deep pride. And, they look ahead to the future with unwavering commitment to stability, growth, knowledge, best-in-class care and unparalleled service.

We welcome you to inquire about becoming a part of our Kensington family.
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