Belmont Village Calabasas Achieves Major Construction Milestone
LOS ANGELES–Belmont Village Senior Living reached a construction milestone with the “topping out” of its twenty-seventh community at 24141 Ventura Blvd. in Calabasas, California. Contractor W.E. O’Neil completed the concrete structure of the three-story building with the final roof placement and celebrated the milestone on May 15.
“This is an exciting achievement and we’re pleased to be celebrating again with W.E. O’Neil,” said Belmont Village Founder and CEO Patricia Will. “As developers and operators, we stay with our buildings and we’re very careful about the quality we provide for our residents. W.E. O’Neil has a proven reputation. We’ve worked together on several of our communities and the results have always been outstanding.”
Belmont Village, founded in 1997, is an integrated developer, owner and operator of high end seniors housing. Since its inception, the company has developed and still operates 25 senior living communities in seven states and Mexico City. In addition to the Calabasas site, Belmont Village has five projects under construction in California, Chicago, Texas and Florida. This will be the company’s seventh community in Greater Los Angeles. Each Belmont Village is built to purpose and licensed throughout the building to provide a blended model of care that offers flexibility for residents if needs change, and allows couples with varying health or cognitive needs to stay together.
“Everything we do has an underlying therapeutic goal to support our residents’ health and wellness so that they can continue to enjoy engaging, purposeful lives,” said Will. “How we build and license our communities, the research that goes into our programs, how we staff and train – it’s all part of the same goal and we give thought to every detail.”
The 105,872-square-foot Mediterranean style property will open in spring of 2018 with 140 residences featuring one-bedroom and studio apartments for Assisted Living and Memory Care. Architects Van Tilburg, Banvard & Soderbergh designed the building. Features include a professionally managed fitness center, heated saltwater pool, full service salon and exterior courtyards with outdoor dining patios and gardens by landscape architect Pacific Coast Land Design.