February 2, 2024
DIXON, CA — The Farmstead at Dixon, an 80-unit senior-living community half an hour southwest of Sacramento, California, has announced its grand opening and welcomed its first resident. This brand-new community offers assisted living and memory care.
Jason Reyes, CEO of Calson Management, and Steve Brown, CEO of J3C Construction, are partners of The Farmstead at Dixon.
“We are excited to finally open the doors of The Farmstead at Dixon and extend a warm welcome to our very first resident,” said Reyes in a press release. “Our team has worked tirelessly to create a community that offers not just exceptional care, but also a vibrant and fulfilling lifestyle for our seniors.”
The Farmstead at Dixon offers a range of care options from assisted living to memory care. The community features landscaped grounds and outdoor spaces, and one of its highlights is its culinary program with a menu crafted to cater to individual dietary needs and preferences.
Calson Management is a second generation, family-owned and operated group with over 30 years of experience in the senior-housing industry. The company provides a full suite of services and solutions for every aspect of a senior-living project, including pre-development, development, owner’s representation, horizontal and vertical construction, and long-term operations. Calson presently oversees 10 communities with a total of 826 units. The company is in the process of constructing two additional communities set to be completed by mid-2024; one of these communities, featuring 60 units, will be located in Mountain View, California, while the other, with 113 units, will be situated in Los Gatos, California, In 2025, Calson Management plans to launch two more communities — one in Campbell, California, with a total of 83 units and another in Soquel, California, with 83 units. A community in Livermore, California, is scheduled to commence construction in 2024 and it is expected to be completed by 2026, offering a total of 128 units.