The proposed project would involve the development of a continuum of care senior living community and commercial space. The senior living community would include 141 senior apartments, 71 assisted living units, and 34 memory care units for a total of 246 units. The assisted living and memory care units would be two-stories with a central courtyard with lounge seating, outdoor garden area, a barbeque counter, and outdoor dining space. Two rooftop decks would be located on top of the buildings including outdoor seating, a bocce ball court, putting green, bar seating, pool, and jacuzzi. The senior apartments would be four-stories and would include 18 studios, 76 one bedroom, and 47 two-bedroom units. A boardwalk with educational signage and a seating area would be located south of the senior living community.
Commercial development on the site would include approximately 26,000 square feet in five buildings as well as outdoor dining and exercise areas. Four of the five buildings would provide retail, 10 apartment units, residential parking, restaurants, and office space. The remaining building would include amenities for the senior living community including a gym and salon/spa, office space and two model units for the senior facility that may be rented as apartments.
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