CHANDLER, Ariz. — Cadence Living has acquired 7.7 acres in Chandler, approximately 20 miles southeast of Phoenix, with plans to build a seniors housing community on the site.
Named Cadence at Ocotillo, the community will offer 191 units of independent living, assisted living and memory care. Development costs for the 206,283-square-foot building are estimated at $46 million.
Construction of Cadence at Ocotillo is slated to begin in the fall of this year. Partners on this project include Chandler based Whitneybell Perry as the architect and locally based Drive Development Partners as construction manager.
The company partnered with Global Senior Housing on the land acquisition. This will be Scottsdale-based Cadence’s fourth community in Arizona:
- Inspira Arrowhead in Glendale celebrated its grand opening on March 28, 2019. Inspira Arrowhead is in partnership with locally owned The PB Bell Companies and MT Builders.
- Acoya Mesa, opening in Summer 2019, is located adjacent to Granite Reef Park in Mesa and will bring 170 independent living, assisted living and memory care units.
- Acoya Scottsdale at Troon, which features views of Pinnacle Peak, is located in north Scottsdale. Cadence broke ground on the community in November 2018 and plans to open 135 luxury independent and assisted living units in the fall of 2020.
Both Acoya projects are being completed with the Ryan Cos., a local developer and contractor.