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Oak Park Continues Revitalization

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(Sacramento, CA)
Tuesday, May 8, 2012

But, today the corner of 38th and Broadway has a new future.  People who live in the neighborhood gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking for a new senior citizens community and retail development. 

Diane Hollins Gunning is among the neighborhood leaders who worked for almost a decade to win city approval of the project.

Hollins Gunning:  "The neighbors adjacent to it will have a place to shop.  Seniors add a vibrant component to the community.    They will be helping out, like, with reading components with the youth -young children.  And they provide a stabilizing force in the community. So, this will be a good project for the community."

Related California is the developer of the project. 

The senior community will be called Arbors at Oak Park and will cost $15 million.  It is expected to create as many as 50 construction jobs and at least 30 full-time jobs when it's complete.

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