San Ramon planning commissioners are set for discussions Tuesday on the proposed Belmont Senior Care Facility, which would consist of 177 units in a six-story building at Bishop Ranch 1-A.
The 177 units would provide room for 183 beds, with a mix of independent living, assisted living, and secured memory care options located between City Center and the San Ramon Chamber of Commerce offices. The six-story building would be approximately 180,000 square feet with 130 parking spaces, as proposed.
The breakdown of units for the proposed facility is 47 independent living units, 71 assisted living units, 28 "Circle of Friends" living units dedicated to support for mild cognitive impairment, and 31 memory care units
If approved, the facility would replace some of the housing units anticipated by San Ramon's CityWalk Master Plan. It was previously deemed to be consistent with the environmental impact report for the walking plan by the Planning Commission and the City Council last year.
The 2.23-acre parcel proposed to house the facility -- vacant land south of Bollinger Canyon Road at Bishop Ranch 1 East Road -- is one of the three that Bishop Ranch 1-A consists of. The CityWalk Master Plan envisions 652 residential units for all three parcels on that site, in addition to room for a 1-acre park.
Commissioners previously provided comments to the applicant, Steven Broiller, on the proposal's development plan concept review application on Aug. 17. Following feedback from the Architectural Review Board and relevant revisions, the development applications on the table for Tuesday were considered complete.
The San Ramon Planning Commission is set to meet Tuesday (Nov. 16) at 7 p.m. via Zoom. The agenda is available here.
In other business, the commission is set to hear updates from the standing ad hoc committee on the city's General Plan.