Ground-breaking began this week on Vivante on the Coast, a new senior community complex in Costa Mesa, California
, the first one in the area in over 15 years. The project is being developed by local Nexus Cos. and designed by Hill Partnership. The planned 200,000-square-foot at 1640 Monrovia has an estimated cost of $62 million.
In an effort to keep up with the aging population of California's
Orange County, the luxury complex will offer 185 units, with studio, one and two-bedroom options. Amenities will include luxurious culinary and dining options, indoor saltwater pool, large private courtyards, bocce ball court and putting green. Along with a state-of-the-art fitness and physical therapy facility, the complex, only a half mile away from Hoag Hospital, will offer massage therapy, spa access, reflexology foot path and yoga deck. The Shores at Vivante on the Coast, a 40-unit memory care complex, will adjoin the main center on the 4.5-acre property.
The project was funded by local investment groups, which contributed $22 million. The remainder $40 million was financed by the Bank of the West.