Half Moon Village Affordable Senior Housing Project proposes to develop three parcels with affordable housing for seniors. One 1.1-acre parcel is currently vacant and will be developed with 45 units of housing. The other two parcels are currently developed as Half Moon Village, a 60-unit affordable senior housing development constructed in the 1960s. The proposed project envisions demolition of the existing units and redevelopment of the two parcels with new construction of 115 units, for an increase of 55 units. Total net increase of 100 units with project. This project is an integral part of a "campus plan" for a unique combination of senior serving uses, including social, recreational, medical, and therapeutic services along with a range of living accommodations, offering a continuum of care in an integrated campus setting for older adults residing on the coast.
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