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New Senior Living Facility Plans Heading to Vienna Planning Commission

Vienna’s Planning Commission is set to hold a public hearing this week on Sunrise Senior Living’s new proposed spot in the town.

After the Vienna Town Council killed plans for a Sunrise facility farther up Maple Avenue, Sunrise now wants to move to an approved mixed-use development at 380 Maple Avenue.

The spot is currently the site of a contentious, approved redevelopment, which would add a four-floor building with ground-floor retail and multi-family condominium units.

The hearing is set to start at 8 p.m. on Wednesday (Dec. 11) at Town Hall (127 Center Street).

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