Planning continues for Active Aging Adult Center
The Metro District Board of Directors has given staff approval to move forward with developing a potential partnership with Shea Properties on a Town Center site for the development of an Active Aging Adult Center. Metro District staff will begin working with Shea Properties this year to enter into an agreement to build a new center, which would be owned and operated by the Metro District. An adjacent affordable senior housing facility would be owned by Shea Properties.
Preliminary concept plans for the center estimate a 22,000-square-foot facility with underground parking, an outdoor patio space and adjacent affordable senior housing developed by Shea Properties. The proposed facility would be planned and built in partnership with Shea Properties.
The concept plans were developed based on input from the community, the Metro District Board of Directors, a citizen work group and Metro District staff.
For more information about the center and the process, please contact Metro District Recreation Manager Carolyn Peters at