Leominster, MA known as the “Pioneer Plastic City of the World” is situated in North Central Massachusetts on the south side of the Johnny Appleseed Trail (Route 2). The condominiums have access to churches, shopping malls, movie theaters, restaurants, and public transportation. The city is conveniently located 20 miles north of Worcester (Route 190) and 50 miles west of Boston (serviced by a commuter rail system).
The property was developed in 1986 on Route 12, 1 ½ miles south of Leominster Center. The complex consists of 197 units in 24 buildings.
The clubhouse has a fully equipped kitchen and is available for rent by residents. There is a pool, playground, tennis and basketball courts.
Chapman Place Condominium Association is currently under self management with a seven member Board of Trustees. The Trustees have the responsibility for managing and operating the association guided by the Master Deed, Declaration of Trust & Bylaws as created under M.G. L. Chapter 183A of the State of Massachusetts. First impressions are what attract people to Chapman Place and the Rules & Regulations are put into place and enforced to maintain those impressions. Community living is a very unique balance of individual unit ownership and shared common areas.
There is a Community Bulletin Board and a Newsletter is published four times a year. Many residents volunteer their services to the community management. The Board of Trustees meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm in the clubhouse and residents are welcome.