FAIRFIELD — Rockville Terrace, a proposed 210-unit assisted living facility near NorthBay Healthcare’s Green Valley campus, goes before Fairfield planning commissioners when they meet Wednesday.
The five-acre site at 4625 Mangles Blvd. would be the third such senior transitional residential facility in Fairfield, a Community Development Department report notes. Emeritus at Rancho Solano and Paradise Valley Estates at Quail Creek are the other two, the report states.
The new development would include 36 memory care units, 110 assisted living units and 64 independent living units. A salon, spa, theater and gym are part of Rockville Terrace.
A2R Architects of Vacaville is the applicant. The city of Fairfield is the landowner. Community Development recommends commissioners approve the project.
Retiring Fairfield City Manager Sean Quinn said of Rockvile Terrace – and the Green Valley Apartments commissioners will also consider – that “the economy’s coming back.”
We are getting a lot more interest in construction, Quinn said.
Commissioners meet at 6 p.m. in the City Council chamber at 1000 Webster St.
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