Manteca’s third residential assisted care complex is being proposed on West Yosemite Avenue near the Kaiser Permanente hospital.
Sandip Patel is seeking Manteca Planning Commission approval of a 116-bed residential care facility. The two-story, 72,401-square-foot Manteca Assisted Living building proposed for 2.7 acres facing West Yosemite Avenue on the southeast corner the Fishback Road intersection.
The Masa Latina restaurant and bar borders the eastern edge of the complex
The Planning Commission meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center, 1001 W. Center St.
Given it is a residential care facility with extended care medical service proposed commercial mixed use zone it requires a conditional use permit.
It will have two wings. A two-story assisted living facility will have 60 units housing 91 beds using a mixture of studios and bedrooms. The one-story assisted memory care wing will have 25 single-bed studio units.
Off-street parking will be along the southern and eastern property lines. A secondary access will be from Fishback Road
The one-story memory wing will be on the southern part of the parcel about 72 feet from adjacent residential properties. The two-story wing will be near the northwest corner of the site. The second floor windows facing south are about 300 feet from nearby homes.
A 10-foot landscaping buffer consisting of shrubs as well as deciduous and evergreen trees will also be placed next to the homes. A three-foot steel fence is proposed along the western, northern and eastern property lines.
It would be the city’s third large-scale residential care facility. The others are St. Jude Care Center on North Street and Manteca Care & Rehabilitation on Eastwood Ave.
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