Spokane Special Care Community, a subsidiary of Mercer Island-based CarePartners, has filed permits with the city to build a multibuilding memory care facility in north Spokane.
The Cottages of Spokane, a more than $9 million project, includes four 4,750-square-foot cottages that will house patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. The project also calls for a 2,500-square-foot administrative building with a kitchen, according to site plans filed with the city.
The project will be built on two, 1-acre lots at 6904 and 6930 N. Nevada St.
Redmond-based Jensen Fey Architecture and Planning is designing the project.
CarePartners, founded in 1998, operates 11 assisted-living facilities in the state of Washington.
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