Meridian Senior Living Announces the Addition of Three Communities in Northern California to Its Portfolio

SACRAMENTO, CA - Meridian Senior Living announced the addition of three senior living communities totaling 307 beds in the Northern California area to its portfolio on May 1, 2019. This Northern California Senior Housing Portfolio was acquired by Griffin-American Healthcare REIT IV co-sponsored by American Healthcare Investors and Griffin Capital Company, LLC, on June 28, 2017. In partnership with American Healthcare Investors, LLC, Meridian is managing and operating the portfolio on a day-to-day basis. The three facilities from the portfolio include: Meadow Gardens of Menlo Park, Legacy Oaks of Sacramento, and Parkrose Gardens of Fairfield.

“We are delighted to expand our operations into Northern California," says Kacy Kang, President and Chief Operations Officer. “Equally exciting is our continued collaboration and advancement with American Healthcare Investors, one of the largest private healthcare real estate investment management firms in the world.” 

"We are eager and excited to enrich the lives of our new community team members and residents by virtue of our WOW! culture,” says Glen Cummins, Regional Director of Operations. At our core we believe: ‘Everyone deserves a great life.’"

Nestled in a quaint residential neighborhood steps away from Downtown Menlo Park, Meadow Gardens of Menlo Park, is a one-story, 45-bed community offering memory care services. Located at 800 Roble Road, Menlo Park, CA 94025, Meadow Gardens of Menlo Park has a boutique spa atmosphere generated by an ivy draped entryway and attentive staff members. The building is appointed with a large community room along with two secured generous outdoor patios where residents can enjoy special interest and wellness programs planned to keep seniors active and involved, both physically and socially. 

In a home-like setting boasting two beautiful interior courtyards, Legacy Oaks of Sacramento is a 160-bed facility offering both assisted living and memory care units located at 1922 Morse Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95825. It is a single-story community consisting of shared studios, large studios, and one-bedroom apartments appointed with private bathrooms, showers, and kitchenettes. Legacy Oaks of Sacramento emphasizes activities and social programs including crafts, music entertainment, exercise classes, educational and inter-generational programs, holiday celebrations, social hours and non-denominational services. Amenities include spacious suites, personal call system, library and game rooms, media room, beauty salon, enclosed courtyards, and private dining room for family birthdays/celebrations.

The largest memory care facility in Solano County, Parkrose Gardens of Fairfield is a 102-bed, two story community located at 1095 E. Tabor Avenue, Fairfield, CA 94533. Parkrose Gardens of Fairfield has a beautiful country club-like setting with three lush gardens and large outdoor spaces for residents to enjoy. The community offers both private and semi-private units in a 24-hour care environment. Amenities include: dining rooms, beauty salon, outdoor spaces, indoor common areas, 24-hour awake staff, and activity and social programs.