Silverado Senior Living celebrated the grand opening of the company’s 20th memory care community late last month. Silverado Senior Living-Beverly Place’s central location in Los Angeles borders Cedars Sinai, Olympia and UCLA medical centers. The three-story building, which was previously known as the Shalom Hotel, was under extensive construction for more than two years and can currently accommodate 64 residents and will be expanded further for a total of 150 residents. Beverly Place also includes a Silverado Social neighborhood for those in the early stages of memory impairment. Silverado-Beverly Place was designed as an elegant homelike environment with the help of Irwin Pancake Associates’ architectural team, and Center Point Construction.
“Silverado is very excited to bring LIFE to those affected by Alzheimer’s and other memory-impairing illnesses here in the greater Los Angeles area,” said Loren Shook, Founder, President and CEO of the company. “Silverado is a company that is driven by our mission, vision and core values to really change the way people treat memory impairment. Our associates touch the human spirit in the work they do with residents, providing truly unique care in the assisted living industry. The construction and opening of Silverado-Beverly Place has been a company-wide effort many years in the making. We are excited to offer our signature world-class services to Los Angeles, both to the public and our medical partners.”