The developer behind a senior home planned for Justin-Siena High School property in north Napa has shared new details about its project – including a goal of breaking ground next year. Construction of the 174-unit Napa Senior Housing is planned to begin in early 2017, Patty Gibbs, spokeswoman for Oppidan Investment Co., said in a news release. The Minnesota-based builder has pursued plans for the three-story, 195,000-square-foot seniors’ development since July 2015 on 5.8 acres owned by Justin-Siena, which is seeking to develop the land to bolster its tuition assistance fund. Oppidan also announced Napa Senior Housing would be operated by Watermark, an Arizona-based company that runs 37 elder-care communities nationwide, including Bay Area facilities at Oakland, Emeryville and Livermore.
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