Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Roseville, Calif. – Dignitaries from the city of Roseville celebrated official grand opening of Sonrisa Senior Living (1031 Roseville Parkway) Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The 201-unit premiere community sets a new standard in senior independent living in the city.
“For nearly three decades Roseville has been a sought after destination for seniors and active adults to call home,” said Roseville Vice Mayor Bruce Houdesheldt. “In 2020, Roseville was listed as the 9th Best Place to retire by Money Magazine. Senior living has evolved since the 1990s from single family living to vibrant senior luxury apartment homes like Sonrisa.”
During the same ceremony, attendees also participated in the ground breaking of the highly anticipated Sonrisa Assisted Living and Memory Care. Located next door to Sonrisa Senior Living, the 10-acre facility (1035 Roseville Parkway) plans to open 144 apartment units for local seniors in summer 2023. The community is expected to create up to 100 jobs in Roseville.
Staffed with friendly and compassionate professionals ready to cater to area seniors, Sonrisa properties offer studios as well as one and two bedroom units that are finished with the state of the art appliances and upgraded kitchens and bathrooms. Amenities include chef-prepared meals, elegant restaurant dining, state-of-the-art fitness center and pool, theater, salon and concierge services.
“Seniors play a vital role in Roseville, so that is why communities like Sonrisa are so important to provide them with suitable housing and services that give them the quality of life they deserve,” said Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce CEO Rana Ghadban.
Once opened next summer, residents at Sonrisa Assisted Living and Memory Care will have access to Sonrisa’s In the Moment Support*, a holistic program that addresses the six principles of wellbeing: physical engagement, spiritual support, artistic expression, community connections and continuing education.