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New senior living complex planned in Barber Valley

Boise’s Barber Valley will get another senior living facility if a plan by Brighton Corp. is approved by the City of Boise.

The Veranda at Barber Valley would be built on E. Barber Valley Drive near Marianne Williams Park. The 72,000 square foot complex would be split into two parts according to filings, including an assisted living area and memory care facility.

“The building has been pushed towards E. Barber Valley Dr., as the owner wanted to bring in some feeling of Bown Crossing to the development,” Chris Borders of Babbock Design wrote in the application. 

This will be the area’s second Veranda Senior Living – after a location under construction in Meridian. It will also be the second senior facility in Barber Valley – including the nearby Terraces of Boise

The project will now go through Boise’s design review process for approval.

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