Expansion of Oakmont Gardens with apartments for assisted living and memory care is now scheduled for Spring of 2018, a company official said.
The buildings, to be called The Oaks at Stone Bridge, will be on property at Oakmont Drive and Stone Bridge Road. The site is now surrounded by a green construction fence.
Increased construction costs prompted a delay for the project from this year to 2018, said Roger Green, vice president of community development and renovations for the Gardens’ owner, MBK Senior Living of Irvine, California.
The expansion will include 50 assisted living and 24 memory care apartments, costing $25 million to $30 million.