Continuing Senior Care Community Project - Southern California
- 48 Units/96 Bed Assisted Living Facility
- 67 Independent Living Apartments
- Proposed Site for Skilled Nursing Facility
- Built in 1999
- 102,000 Square Feet on 17 Acres of land
- Property over looks PGA Golf Course
This project is the first truly full continuum of care or “senior village” in California’s high desert community. Getting there is an easy 25-minute drive from Ontario International Airport, 60 minutes from Orange County or 90 minutes from downtown Los Angeles. Recent marketing feasibility study indicates that there are more than 600,000 people living in the high desert area and continues to be a hot bed of growth. This is attributable in large part to the large lots and affordable housing available in this area. The high desert is reasonably affluent with a very strong middle class. The campus was divided into 5-parcels. Parcels one and two are entirely independent senior apartments and usually maintain a waiting list. Parcel 3 is the “star building” which houses the Terrace Room. It was built to be a standalone Alzheimer care facility, although it currently has a number of traditional assisted living residents living there. Parcels 4 and 5 have not been developed yet. Parcel 4 was conceived as a “no care/low care” congregate facility. Parcel 5 was going to be a 3-story, 117-bed skilled nursing facility with the main entrance on the second floor and full rehab on the first floor.
Other thoughts have been to make Parcel 5 a two story high end apartment for seniors or a dedicated hospice unit for the high desert.
The campus when completed could have 6-levels of care including independent living apartments, adult day care services, assisted living, Alzheimer, skilled nursing and hospice. The campus is located on a 17 acre parcel that the overlooks a PGA golf course.
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