Construction: Planned California CCRC to Spend Upwards of $30 Million on Expansion To accommodate an expected increase in the demand for senior living, Casa Dorinda, a California continuing care retirement community (CCRC) plans to add roughly 103,000 sq. ft. and build 20 independent living units at its campus in Santa Barbara, Calif., reports Pacific Coast […]
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