Building California’s
Finest Retirement Communities

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Residential homes nestled on a grass-filled hillside.
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Building California’s
Finest Retirement Communities

What is a continuing care retirement community?

Continuing care retirement communities are not just retirement communities — they offer a comprehensive retirement plan to each resident. Think of them as master-planned neighborhoods for people 60 and over that provide beautiful homes, convenient services and access to long-term care, if needed — the combination that allows for comfort, freedom and peace of mind.

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Beautiful Homes:

The communities offer a large collection of floor plans, ranging from comfortable one-bedroom designs to spacious single-story homes. All homes come complete with high ceilings, beautiful kitchens and baths, and modern appliances.

Convenient Services:

Along with their new homes, residents enjoy a package of services and amenities designed to make life easy (housekeeping, landscaping, home maintenance, etc.) and enjoyable (fine dining, theaters, health day spa, etc.).

Long-Term Care:

Having this comprehensive plan in place means no worrying about future care burdens for themselves or their families.

The Communities

Residential neighborhood with landscaped gardens.

The Communities

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

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University Village Thousand Oaks Logo
Wisteria at Warner Center Logo
Morningside Logo
Reata Glen Logo
La Costa Glen Logo
The Glen at Scripps Ranch Logo

Health Centers

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OakView Logo
Woodland Hills Health Center Logo
Park Vista Health Center Logo
The Orchards Healthcare Center Logo
GlenBrook Health Center Logo
Ridgeview Health Center Logo

Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Stoneridge Creek Logo
Wisteria at Warner Center Logo
Reata Glen Logo
The Glen at Scripps Ranch Logo
University Village Thousand Oaks Logo
Morningside Logo
La Costa Glen Logo

Health Centers

Creekview Logo
Woodland Hills Health Center Logo
The Orchards Health Center Logo
The Orchards Health Center Logo
OakView Logo
Park Vista Healthcare Logo
GlenBrook Health Center Logo

Locations

Community Legend Map for California

Locations

What People Are Saying

National Council on Senior Housing Logo

National Council on Senior Housing: NAHB “Top Service Enhanced Senior Housing Project”

Builder's Choice Awards, Builders Magazine Logo

Builder’s Choice Awards, Builders Magazine: “Category Winner: Active Senior, Assisted Living”

Gold Nugget Award Winner, PCBC Logo

Gold Nugget Award Winner, PCBC “Best Seniors Project, Active Adult”

Orange County People's Choice Award Logo

Orange County People’s Choice Award “Best Continuing Care Retirement Community” Year after Year

55+ Housing Council Logo

55+ Housing Council “Project of the Year”

What People Are Saying

National Council on Senior Housing logo

National Council on Senior Housing: NAHB “Top Service Enhanced Senior Housing Project”

Builder's Choice Awards, Builders Magazine logo

Builder’s Choice Awards, Builders Magazine: “Category Winner: Active Senior, Assisted Living”

Gold Nugget Award Winner, PCBC logo

Gold Nugget Award Winner, PCBC “Best Seniors Project, Active Adult”

Orange County People's Choice Award logo

Orange County People’s Choice Award “Best Continuing Care Retirement Community” Year after Year

National Mature Media Awards logo

National Mature Media Awards “Year after Year, Best in Advertising and Marketing”

Our Team

Our Team

Warren E. "Ned" Spieker, Jr.

Warren E. "Ned" Spieker, Jr.Ned Spieker is the owner of Spieker Senior Development Partners as well as the Managing Partner of Spieker Realty Investments. Until the company’s sale in July 2001, Mr. Spieker was Chairman of the Board of Spieker Properties, Inc., a publicly-traded (NYSE) real estate investment trust (REIT) with assets in excess of $7.2 billion. Under his leadership, Spieker Properties became one of the largest REITs in the nation and the largest in the West, owning and operating over 42 million square feet of office and industrial space in California and the Pacific Northwest.

Prior to the formation of Spieker Properties in 1993, Mr. Spieker was the Managing Partner of Spieker Partners, a private real estate investment and development firm based in Menlo Park, California. From 1970 to 1987, he served as a Managing Partner and Board Member of Trammel Crow Company.

Mr. Spieker received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from the University of California, Berkeley. He has since served as a trustee of the University of California Berkeley Foundation and on the Advisory Board of the Haas School of Business.

Richard D. Aschenbrenner

Rick AschenbrennerRick Aschenbrenner is an owner of CCRC projects and has been in the CCRC business for more than 20 years. He negotiates land purchases and entitles and develops CCRC communities. Before joining the company, Mr. Aschenbrenner spent more than 20 years developing and operating a diverse portfolio of Southern California properties as an executive officer with companies including CalMat Properties, The Newhall Land and Farming Company, Kaufman and Broad, and M.J. Brock & Sons.

Mr. Aschenbrenner received a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School and a bachelor of arts degree with distinction in economics from the University of California, Berkeley.

Ryan W. Currie

Ryan CurrieRyan Currie is an owner of CCRC projects and manages entitlement and design efforts. Prior to joining the team, Mr. Currie served as a U.S. Army Captain with the 101st Airborne Division.

Mr. Currie received a master’s degree in engineering management from St. Martin’s College and a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Troy A. Bourne

Troy BourneTroy Bourne is an owner of CCRC projects and manages site analysis and new project entitlement. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Bourne led client service teams with the Boston Consulting Group, a leading strategy consulting firm. Mr. Bourne began his career as an auditor with KPMG in Madrid, Spain.

Mr. Bourne received a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School and a master’s and a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Brigham Young University.

Tobias Mellows

Tobias MellowsTobias Mellows is responsible for new business development in Northern California markets. Prior to working with the company, Mr. Mellows was Director of Risk Management and Corporate Resources for Spieker Properties, Inc., a publicly-traded real estate investment trust. His duties included overall risk management on a portfolio of office and industrial buildings comprising over 42 million square feet and valued at over $7.2 billion.

Mr. Mellows received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from San Jose State University.

 

E. Justin Wilson III

Justin WilsonJustin Wilson is an owner of CCRC projects and has been in the CCRC business for more than 20 years. He is involved in land purchases and manages design and development. Mr. Wilson’s experience prior to joining the team includes the development and financing of residential, commercial, and office properties as General Partner of Urban Properties and as President and Owner of Urban Group, Inc. He began his career at Union Bank with responsibilities that grew to membership on its real estate loan committee and oversight of the bank’s largest real estate loan center.

Contact Us

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Spieker is actively pursuing entitled and un-entitled acquisition opportunities throughout California for the development of future
Continuing Life® communities. Sites with ten or more usable acres within ten miles of significant hospital and retail developments will be evaluated. Spieker participates in traditional brokerage arrangements when appropriate.

Spieker Senior Development Partners
3000 Sand Hill Road, Suite 3-190
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Phone: 1-760-704-6400

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Spieker Senior Development Partners
3000 Sand Hill Road, Suite 3-190
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Phone: 1-760-704-6400

Equal Housing Opportunity logo