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Bountiful —Sahara Construction will break ground today on Cottonwood Place Senior Living in Holladay, Utah.
The new community, located at 5600 South Highland Drive, is a 127,733 square-foot, two-story assisted living and memory care community with an underground parking garage. Sahara Construction is the design/build contractor, and Beecher Walker Architects is the designer. The project is owned by Dave Farrell, an independent developer of assisted living and memory care communities in California and Utah.
“We are excited to be working with an owner who understands the importance of quality and is willing to do what it takes to meet the needs of the surrounding community and ultimately his potential residents,” said Melissa Wallentine, director of business development at Sahara Construction. “Dave has spent a lot of time and resources to ensure the project has the appropriate aesthetic characteristics and minimizes traffic congestion around the site. He has also taken steps to ensure that the business and its residents will be good neighbors for years to come.”
Integral Senior Living (ISL) will manage the new community. Headquartered in Carlsbad, Calif., ISL manages a selection of senior residences to meet the growing needs of today’s aging population. It currently manages 49 independent assisted living and memory care properties in nine states.