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Harbert South Bay Partners broke ground on The Seville, a luxury senior living community in San Clemente, California

Luxury Assisted Living Community Breaks Ground in San Clemente

Developer Harbert South Bay Partners united with project partners and local dignitaries Thursday to celebrate the groundbreaking on The Seville in San Clemente. Aiming to offer the highest levels of care for both assisted living and memory care, this luxury senior community will provide those living with dementia or who need assistance a lifestyle of ease and grace, the developer said. Occupancy is planned for summer 2024.

The community will include 87 units, with 63 of those being assisted living and 24 for memory care. Three courtyards will provide secure access to sunshine and ample light inside the planned buildings. The Seville will also offer concierge service, luxury amenities including a pool for assisted living residents, and views of the sunset over the Pacific Ocean, a rarity for senior living properties.

Harbert South Bay Partners said the project will bring “a next-generation approach to senior living. Residents will have a level of independence not typically seen in senior living communities providing care services.”


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