Los Angeles Jewish Home Plans to Open First Westside Facility in Playa Vista – Playa Vista Real Estate
Los Angeles Jewish Home To Expand To Westside With New Senior Care Community And In-home Services
The Gonda Campus will feature The Brandman Building, a gift of The Saul Brandman Foundation, and will include a 176-unit continuing care retirement community for independent seniors. In addition, the campus will provide 24 units for assisted living and memory care.
Located nearby the Gonda Campus will be a Brandman Centers for Senior Care (BCSC) a Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) site that will care for an additional 240 seniors. Plans also call for a 60-bed skilled nursing facility to be located in the same vicinity.
“I am very excited and encouraged with the development of the Playa Vista site on the Westside,” Leslie Gonda said. “I look forward to the opening of the Gonda Healthy Aging Westside Campus.”
Molly Forrest, Jewish Home CEO-President, added: “With seniors being the fastest growing segment of the population, providing services on the Westside has been a Jewish Home dream for many years. As we enter our second century of service, it is a testament to the generosity of the donor community and dedication of our board that we are now on a path to turn this dream into reality.”
“The Playa Vista community is looking forward to being the home to the Los Angeles Jewish Home’s new Westside facility,” said Playa Capital Company Co-President Patti Sinclair. “There is an enormous need for senior facilities in this area.”
Founded in 1912, Los Angeles Jewish Home is one of the foremost multi-level senior living communities in the United States and the largest single-source provider of senior housing in Los Angeles. In total, the Home annually serves more than 2,600 seniors through an extraordinary continuum of services. Each year, more than 1,000 women and men are cared for in-residence on two village campuses located in Reseda, California. Services include independent-living, residential care, skilled nursing care, short-term rehabilitative care, acute geriatric psychiatric care, and Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care. Another 1,600 seniors are served through the Home’s community-based programs, which include Skirball Hospice, Jewish Home Center for Palliative Medicine, and community clinics. The Home is a nonprofit organization that relies upon donations from individuals, corporations and foundations.
Further information regarding the Home can be found online at www.jha.org or by calling (818) 757-4407.
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