Two structures that have been vacant for an extended period of time on the corner of North Street and McNary Circle east of Doctors Hospital may be remodeled into a 24-hour residential care facility for up to 15 elderly individuals.
The Manteca Planning Commission will consider a use permit for the project when it meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Civic Center, 1001 W. Center St.
The buildings previously used as medical and dental offices are owned by Hamat Real Estate Holdings out of Brentwood. There will be interior renovations to provide sleeping quarters for patients. A small addition will connect the two buildings. A kitchen and bathrooms will be added.
It will be licensed for non-medical care and services.
Dead landscaping will be replaced and a secure trash enclosure added.
The site is along the Manteca Transit Route 1 and is within a block of Doctors Hospital as well as near shopping.
The staff report notes the project will improve the look in the area and ultimately help to revitalize the area. It would be the second investment in upgrading structures in the area in recent years. HOPE Family Ministries a few years back remodeled an existing multiple family structure into transitional housing.
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