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Plans to build a comprehensive senior center in Burlingame are moving forward, with an important milestone reached this month in the project envisioned as a hub for amenities and services for the Peninsula’s aging population.

The Peninsula Wellness Community, as the project is called, will feature a host of medical services, fitness facilities and community-centric public benefits and programs with a focus on promoting healthy lifestyles and social connections. It will be built on a 6.4-acre site adjacent to the Mills-Peninsula Medical Center, and will include 477 homes for seniors, 182 of which will be affordable to those with below average income. 

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