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Belmont Senior Living Tops Out in San Ramon

Belmont Village Senior Living topped out construction on Belmont Village San Ramon, its fifth community in the Bay Area. Belmont Village was invited to create this community at Bishop Ranch by the Mehran family. The community is being developed in partnership with Harrison Street Real Estate, with debt provided by Synovus Bank and Cadence Bank. 

“Belmont Village San Ramon is not just another senior living community; it’s a testament to our unwavering commitment to providing high-quality care and support for older adults,” said Patricia Will, founder and CEO of Belmont Village Senior Living.  

Located at 6151 Bollinger Canyon Rd., the six-story, 175,320-square-foot senior living community is expected to open in late 2024. It will join Belmont communities in Albany, Sunnyvale, San Jose and Los Gatos. 


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