The Institute on Aging Senior Campus, which is under construction, last week celebrated a significant milestone for the building that will serve the San Francisco Bay area’s burgeoning senior population. The project, located in San Francisco, California, will be completed in the fall of 2010 and consist of a six-story, 230,310-square-foot building designed by TWM and Tsang Architecture. The facility will e home to 150 expertly designed independent living spaces for seniors of modest income and those with special needs. Bridge Housing will own and manage the residential living, and 53 of the units will be reserved for PACE-eligible seniors (Program for All-Inclusive Care).
“With this phase of the construction complete, and as the Senior Campus takes shape on Geary Boulevard, IOA will be greatly expanding its services to older adults. The Campus will allow our seniors to live comfortably, safely and as independently as possible within our community,” said Dr. David Werdegar, IOA’s President/CEO.