December saw a flurry of construction activity at ACC Maple Tree Village. Framing for Memory Care Center and the second floor of Assisted Living were completed and now their roofs will go on. Phase 2, the middle section of the 102-unit complex, will have its concrete slab poured by the end of the month.
“We’re putting a lot of building on this land,” said Mark Williams, ACC’s Director of Plant Operations. Local residents who never noticed the empty parcel of land where I-5 meets Pocket Road, can’t miss the remarkable structure that is rising out of the ground. It’s visible from the freeway. “When the people move in, it’s going to feel like home,” said Mark.
ACC Maple Tree Village was conceived ten years ago, but due to the recession, the project was put on hold. It serves a long-standing need in the South Sacramento community to add more capacity for assisted living and memory care. It fulfills ACC’s mission to provide a continuum of care to older adults.