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Swenson Lands Approvals for Los Gatos Senior Housing

San Jose-based development and construction firm Swenson recently received entitlement approval for its senior housing project in Los Gatos. Located at 15860 Winchester Blvd., the assisted living community will include 18 memory care units and 107 assisted living units. 
 
“Our vision for this project is to revitalize the Winchester Blvd. area while preserving the neighborhood’s character,” said Swenson president Case Swenson. “We’ve designed the project to evoke a hillside estate ambiance with an Italian Revival influence, incorporating asymmetry to create visual interest.” 
 
The Los Gatos senior housing project will offer two separate dining rooms, a commercial kitchen, a theater, a library, a spacious great room, and various common-use areas throughout the community. The company said that emphasizing the streetscape and enhancing the pedestrian experience were integral aspects of the project’s design, ensuring that it blends with the existing neighborhood fabric. 

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