Mission Valley senior living work session set for April 2

A fresh rendering of the proposed development’s front exterior.

Looks like the Tutera Group’s revised plans for a proposed senior living development on the grounds of Mission Valley Middle School are set to go before the Prairie Village Planning Commission at last. The city announced today that it has set a open Planning Commission work session on the proposal, though the session won’t include a public hearing. See the notice below, which include a link to new renderings and schematics of the revised proposal:

The Developer, Tutera Group, has requested a Work Session to present the concept and plans for the proposed Senior Housing Development at the former Mission Valley Middle School. The Senior Housing Development proposal includes detached living units, a senior housing facility, assisted living facility and skilled nursing facility.

The Planning Commission will hold a Work Session on April 2nd after the regular meeting that evening which starts at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Indian Hills Middle School Old Gym, 6400 Mission Road. The Work Session will start after the adjournment of the Regular meeting. The Developer has provided some drawings of the proposed development. The public is welcome to attend the Work Session, but no public comment will be accepted since no formal application has been submitted.

The Developer has indicated that they anticipate filing a formal application on Friday, April 5th.

Visit the project page to learn more.