The Alameda Point Collaborative still has spaces available in its Farm2Market community supported agriculture spring subscription program.
A high-end senior community on Alameda’s waterfront is seeking permission to expand onto the site of a former Chevy’s restaurant.
Oakmont Senior Living wants to build a 52-unit assisted living and memory care facility on the site of the former Chevy’s on Mariner Square Drive, next to its existing Cardinal Point independent living facility. They’ll ask for the Planning Board’s blessing to build the three-story, 40,300-square-foot facility at the board’s meeting Monday.
Oakmont is also proposing unspecified upgrades to the shoreline that fronts the 0.93-acre property.