Sunrise Senior Living is primed for a building spree in Los Angeles County.

View of Sunrise Long Beach looking southeastHPI Architecture

According to an application reviewed earlier this month by the Long Beach Planning Commission, the Virginia-based developer's latest project is set to rise from a partially vacant lot located at 3340 Los Coyotes Diagonal, just south of Wardlow Road. Plans call for a two-story facility feature 86 senior housing units, split between studio, one-, and two-bedroom floor plans.

Per a staff report to the Commission, 50 units are allocated for the assisted living portion of the project, with the remaining 36 units are allocated toward memory care. A total of 109 beds is planned.

HPI Architecture is designing the complex, named Sunrise Long Beach, which would have a Spanish-revival style aesthetic with an exterior highlighted by smooth stucco and tile roof. Plans also call for wood and iron accents, as well as amenities such as a garden and two private courtyards.

View of Sunrise Long Beach looking southwestHPI Architecture

The project is expected to employ the equivalent of 100 full time staff, with a maximum of 30 employees on site at any given time.

In addition to its Long Beach development, Sunrise is also behind plans for similar senior housing facilities in Glendale and Manhattan Beach.