Grandeur Reimagined

The Adams House was a grand residence, built in 1891, to care for elder residents of the Fall River community. Since opening its doors in 1898, the Adams House stayed true to its roots over the years, meeting the needs of seniors within the community and serving as a historic landmark of sorts, renowned throughout the Fall River area.

After closing its doors in 2018, developer Robert Karam purchased the property at auction in 2019 with the vision of restoring the building to its original grandeur, while upgrading it to modern apartment-style residences. Ideally situated on Highland Avenue, arguably the most desirable address in Fall River, Karam’s goal was to preserve the building’s architectural character and integrity, along with the beautiful park-like, landscaped grounds that embrace the building.

Today, the property has been reimagined and renamed The Residences at Adams House. The perfect balance of historic grandeur and modern elegance, the Adams House is once again poised to welcome the residents of Fall River for many years to come.