Sunrise Senior Living Opens Silicon Valley Community

The 92-unit assisted living facility was designed for seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

Sunrise of Redwood City. Image courtesy of Sunrise Senior Living

Sunrise Senior Living has opened the 92-unit Sunrise of Redwood City assisted living community in Redwood City, Calif. The property offers specialized memory care programming specifically designed for seniors with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

The community encompasses 56 assisted living suites, 19 reminiscence suites and 17 terrace club suites. Residents benefit from the CareConnect technology, an electronic health record system, Sunrise’s Signature Dining Program, as well as Smile, The Sunrise family engagement app. Other community amenities include housekeeping, laundry services, scheduled group trips and resident-sponsored clubs.

Located at 1 E. Selby Lane, off El Camino Real, in the heart of Silicon Valley, the property is situated halfway between San Francisco and San Jose, Calif. The city center is less than 2 miles northwest, while an array of shopping, dining and entertainment options are available within a 1-mile radius. The property has direct access to a good number of walkable outdoor areas and green space, including Stafford Park, Stulsaft Park and Music on the Square.

Last December, a Sunrise Senior Living joint venture opened Sunrise at East 56th, a 151-unit luxury senior housing community in Manhattan. Hines and Welltower tapped Sunrise Senior Living to operate the asset in 2016.

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