New Options for Jewish Senior Living: Discover Frank Residences and Byer Square
The San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living (SFCJL) – formerly known as the Jewish Home of San Francisco – is undergoing a major expansion, designed to create a one-stop hub of high-quality services and programs serving Bay Area seniors and their families. The $140 million, five-story residential project, to be called the Frank Residences, will offer 113 assisted-living apartments and 77 memory-care suites. A new 45,000-square-foot community center, known as Byer Square, will offer a variety of life-enriching options, including a fitness facility, pool, library, health clinic, pharmacy, movie theater, café, lecture hall and gardens.
Come discover the Frank Residences – for yourself or a family member! The afternoon will feature presentations by Jan Reicher, Director of Strategic Projects and Transformation at the Jewish Senior Living Group, which operates the SFCJL and Moldaw Residences in Palo Alto, and Staci Chang, Director of Marketing and Communications for the SFCJL.
Come ask questions, learn about this new resource for our community, and enjoy refreshments and conversation.