Glenwood Place owner seeks zoning change

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VANCOUVER — Vancouver's Rood Investments, which owns several senior living complexes, has submitted a request to the city to make changes to the comprehensive plan and zoning designations on a 0.7-acre site near its Glenwood Place Senior Living community off Northeast 82nd Avenue.

The request would change the site from a commercial designation to urban high density residential. It will likely accommodate future development of additional units dedicated to memory care on the south side of the campus at 5500 N.E. 82nd Ave. near Westfield Vancouver mall.

Developers have not applied to start the expansion, as work is to start soon on an already proposed expansion to add 24 assisted-living units, a larger commercial kitchen and a new exercise facility to the 301-unit senior-living complex.