Following another round of public meetings this month over a proposed $530 million Healthy Living Campus in Redondo Beach, officials at the Beach Cities Health District were taking it all in at their offices near Redondo Unified High School this week.
“I think what I’m left with,” said Tom Bakaly, the health district’s CEO, “is that I’m glad we spent a year to take a broader look. The tone and the tenor are different now than a year before.”
There are still plenty of people who have questions, however, about the proposed 600,000 square-foot development that plans to replace the nearly 60-year-old former South Bay Hospital building off Prospect Avenue near Beryl Street and replace it with a sleek and modern 420-unit assisted living center and other multi-generational program space.
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