San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living Prepares to Open $140M Seniors Housing Expansion


The 270,000-square-foot expansion at Lynne and Roy M. Frank Residences in San Francisco will add 113 assisted living apartments and 77 memory care suites.

SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living (SFCJL) is preparing to open the Lynne and Roy M. Frank Residences, a $140 million expansion to the property.

The 270,000-square-foot project adds 113 assisted living apartments and 77 memory care suites. Byer Square, a new multi-generational community center, will feature a fitness center, pool, cinema, performance center, art studio and café.

Construction began in mid 2017. Residents are expected to begin moving in during spring 2020.

In conjunction with the expansion, SFCJL has created partnerships with Alzheimer’s Association, Creative Aging SF, Medical Clown Project, UCSF, Family Caregiver Alliance, California Institute of Integral Studies and MA Psychology student interns in expressive arts and drama therapy.

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