MBK Acquires 109-Unit Community in California, Starts Search for President

by Jeff Shaw

ANTIOCH, Calif. — MBK Senior Living has purchased The Commons at Dallas Ranch, a 109-unit assisted living and memory care community in Antioch, for an undisclosed price.

The acquisition comes despite the recent resignation of the company’s president, Terry Howard, in August. The seniors housing developer and operator has commenced its search for Howard’s replacement.

In the last month, MBK also assumed operations of five Capitol Seniors Housing-owned communities. Those communities include Fairview Commons in Costa Mesa, Calif., and four in metro Seattle: The Creekside, Island House, Mountainlake Terrace Plaza and Northgate Plaza.

MBK Senior Living’s portfolio of owned and managed communities now includes a total of 2,465 units within 22 independent, assisted living and memory care communities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Utah and Washington. 

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