|Rendering of the 27-story senior housing component of the Immaculata site development|
(Perkins Eastman, Level)
Just over a year ago, developers KGiles LLC and CA Ventures proposed a planned development that included rehabilitation of the former Immaculata High School building (1921) and construction of a tower of senior housing/memory care units on the existing parking lot. Buena Park Neighbors gave their feedback as well as the city's Department of Planning and the updated proposal is now available on Ald. Cappleman's development page.
"KGiles, LLC and CA Ventures are proposing a Planned Development that includes the rehabilitation of the existing landmark buildings into 265 residential apartments, with all work being in accordance with the buildings landmark status. Additionally, they are proposing a new 27-story, plus penthouse building on the current surface lot with 230 senior units of which 60 units will be assisted living and 32 units will be for memory care. The new construction will also include 118 parking spaces."