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Real Estate: Assisted senior living center to be built in Clovis

(Submitted photo. Carmel Village of Clovis Assisted Living, 1650 Shaw Ave., between Stanford and Fowler avenues expected to open by fall 2014.)

A long vacant piece of property on busy Shaw Avenue in Clovis will soon have a whole new look by next fall.

An 85,000-square-foot assisted living community is planned for the lot between Stanford and Fowler avenues. A groundbreaking ceremony will be held at noon Thursday.

The 107-unit, three-story building called Carmel Village of Clovis Assisted Living will be nestled between office buildings on the west and a Walgreens drug store and Yosemite Gardens, an existing senior housing complex, on the east.

The community “will emulate the beauty of a California coastal lodge which features spectacular amenities and provides the care giving services that its residents are seeking in order to remain as active and independent as possible,” said Brian Glover, a project partner and developer.

Frontier Senior Living will serve as the property management company. Frontier operates 50 communities nationwide including two others in northern California.

For more information, visit Frontier.


marilyn says:

How nice, that’s what we need in Fresno, NO MORE WALMART’s, this will be beautiful, quiet and actually be helping people. Instead of these cheap, giant stores that have jobs that people can’t live on and get no benefits, just bring cheap products from slaves all around the world.

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