Medical Development Partners to Build Memory Care Community in Arizona

by Jeff Shaw

CHANDLER, Ariz. — Medical Development Partners has unveiled plans for Parkland Memory Care, a 72-bed memory care community to be built in the Phoenix suburb of Chandler. Development costs were not disclosed.

The Chandler City Council recently approved the rezoning of the 4.5-acre site to construct the 36,377-square-foot community. The majority of the community’s 72 beds will be in private units.

In addition to the single-story memory care community, the developers plan to construct two medical office buildings on the site.

Lenity Architecture, an Oregon-based architecture firm, designed the building while Phillip Ryan of Ryan & Associates provided landscape architecture services.

Raymond Poe and Neal Salmen are leading the development team at Scottsdale-based Medical Development Partners. JF Construction Co. is scheduled to start construction during the summer of 2016. Upon completion in 2017, Seasons Management Group, based out of Oregon, will operate the community. 

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