3-Story Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility Clears Huntington Beach Planning Commission
Last month, the Huntington Beach Planning Commission approved the construction of a three-story, assisted living and memory care facility with 226 guest rooms located at 2120 Main Street.
The project, proposed by SBLP Huntington Beach, LLC, an entity linked to South Bay Partners, would include separate areas for assisted living and memory care and would include 197 assisted living guest rooms and 29 memory care guest rooms. All floor plans in the assisted living area would feature fully equipped kitchens and living and dining space. Monthly rates would include daily meals, weekly linen service, daily activities, transportation, access to common area amenities, and all utilities.
The project would provide approximately 46,300 SF of common areas for residents, including dining rooms, a bistro, a café, a club/activity room, a theater/chapel, a business center, an art studio, a hobby area, a library/computer room, and a wellness center. The facility would also include three internal courtyards providing a putting green and barbeque, swimming pool, and sitting areas.
The development of the assisted living and memory care facility would require the demolition of one of the five existing office buildings as well as the removal of the surface parking on the southern half of the site.
The project would also include a subterranean parking structure with 238 parking stalls.
Designed by VTBS Architects, the assisted living and memory care facility would reflect a contemporary style of architecture. Complementary colors and a variety of building materials such as cement, plaster, metal, porcelain, wood plank tiles, and natural stone accents would be incorporated to make the buildings both visually attractive and welcoming.