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Senior living community announced for Willow Park

Clear Fork Assisted Living and Memory Care is expected to bring Willow Park a new senior living option when the community opens in summer 2016.

Construction already has begun for a project planned to feature 38 assisted living studio suites and single-bedroom units, as well as 24 private and semi-private memory care units.

The development is a joint venture between Fort Worth-based Civitas Senior Living LLC and Sandlin Capital LLC/2MR Capital LLC. Funding was not specified but was secured through Justin Hitchcock, vice president and lending officer at Community National Bank and Trust of Texas in Weatherford.

Serving as project developer is Donica Construction and Development.

Amenities will include a gym, spa, wellness center, walking trails and clubhouse. The property will be owned and managed by Civitas under the leadership of Fort Worth residents Wayne and Misti Powell.

Because Clear Fork will be privately owned, Civitas said that management can focus on meeting the needs of the residents of their community rather than the demands of shareholders.

“Civitas is excited to become a member of the Willow Park community. I feel our company provides a high quality of service that comes from a locally owned company,” said Wayne Powell in a news release.

In addition to Clear Fork, Civitas Senior Living operates Cambridge Court Assisted Living and Memory Care in Mesquite, Autumn Wind Assisted Living in Winnsboro, Aria Memory Care in Cedar Park, and Midtowne Assisted Living and Memory Care in Midlothian. Future projects are planned in in Burleson, Flower Mound, Frisco, Austin and Allen.

More information is available at www.clearfork-al.com.

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