Advocacy Development Partners Breaks Ground on 32-Unit Memory Care Community in San Dimas, California


Slated to open in early fall 2020, The Terrace at Via Verde in San Dimas, Calif., will feature 32 memory-care units for seniors.

SAN DIMAS, CALIF. — Advocacy Development Partners has broken ground on The Terraces at Via Verde, a 32-unit memory care community in San Dimas, a city in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County.

The project is scheduled to open in early fall 2020. Upon opening it will be the only standalone memory care community in the San Dimas area, according to the developers. The community will be split into two 15,000-square-foot neighborhoods with 16 suites each, all located on 1.2 acres near parks and shopping centers.

Frontier Management will operate the community upon completion. Irwin Partners Architects designed the project, with PacifiCore Construction serving as general contractor and Conley Design handling interiors.

Fremont Bank, which recently announced an expansion of its seniors housing lending platform, is providing the construction and bridge financing for the project.

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