A stretch of Sepulveda Boulevard in Manhattan Beach that was once home to restaurants and an electric vehicle business has been cleared for the construction of a new senior assisted living project.

Sunrise Senior Living, a Virginia-based firm specializing in senior housing developments, has secured approvals for the construction of a new project located at 250-400 Sepulveda Boulevard. Plans call for the construction of 95 assisted living and memory care units, with 115 total beds. Other components of the project would include a kitchen, common areas, and basement parking for 61 vehicles.

Sunrise Senior Assisted Living project starting to take shape on Sepulveda Boulevard in Manhattan BeachUrbanize LA

Newport Beach-based HPI Architecture is designing the assisted living community, which would consist of a multiple structures ranging between two and three stories in height.

According to the environmental study, construction of the project is anticipated to occur over an approximately 20-month period.

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The Manhattan Beach project site sits just a short distance north of the headquarters of footwear and apparel maker Skechers USA, which is now in the midst of a $150-million expansion. Other projects planned nearby include a proposed hotel at 600 Sepulveda Boulevard.

Other Sunrise projects in the works for Los Angeles County include senior assisted living developments proposed in Long Beach and Glendale.

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