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A Sneak Peek at the New Berkshire Place

PITTSFIELD -- The community came together for a sneak peek at the new Berkshire Place, and a ribbon cutting on the state of the art 54-bed, all private room, facility at 290 South Street.

Ribbon Cutting for Our New Facility

PITTSFIELD -- On November 10th, we're going to cut the ribbon on our beautiful new, all-private room, state-of-the-art facility. Our new sign has been installed and in the next few weeks, the public will get a chance to tour the building. Our residents will be moving in the next couple of weeks!

New Berkshire Place Opening Eyed for Late Fall 2014 - Berkshire Eagle, August 6, 2014

PITTSFIELD -- Despite some harsh weather earlier this year, construction of a $10 million retirement home is on track, officials say, and the new facility could open before the snow flies again. Construction on the 54-bed Berkshire Place began early last November at the site of the former St. Teresa's Church on South Street. "The crew that's been working on this project has been fantastic," said Berkshire Place Executive Director Edward Forfa. READ MORE...

Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as #1!

Berkshire Place has been named by US News & World Report as one of the top nursing facilities in the country for the 6th consecutive year! READ MORE...

Ground is broken on new Berkshire Place, retirement facility in Pittsfield

Nearly two dozen representatives of Berkshire Place, which now is in a smaller facility at 89 South St., general contractor Allegrone Construction Co., and city and state officials were on hand for the formal groundbreaking -- strategically arranged under a tent beside the ongoing foundation work. Read More...

Pittsfield Nursing Facility Gets Financing for New Location

The nonprofit Berkshire Retirement Home Inc. closed last month on a $12 million tax-exempt bond issued by MassDevelopment that will fund the purchase of the properties at 276-290 South St., demolition of the buildings and construction and equipping of a 40,000 square-foot skilled nursing facility. Read More...