The Rotarians of South San Francisco and HumanGood were joined by community members, elected officials and the development team to mark the start of construction for Rotary Miller Avenue Senior Housing. The project, an 81-unit new construction development in the heart of South San Francisco, is built on donated land from the city. Rotary Miller Avenue will serve predominately seniors with one-bedroom apartments and create a community focused on aging in place. Construction officially started in July 2017 and the project is expected to be completed in October 2018.
About 30 miles south of the Rotary Miller Avenue, Life’s Garden Apartment in Sunnyvale recently passed it’s 50% completion mark. Construction started in September 2016 to bring a full rehabilitation to the senior serving community originally constructed in 1974. The low-rise 208-unit garden community is composed of 8 inter-connected two-story buildings. To accommodate the scale of the development, the project is divided into 8 phases. At the 50% completion mark, phases 1-4 with 106-units have been renovated and phase 5 with 28-units is currently underway. The project is anticipated to be completed in September 2018.