The developers of a proposed senior housing community that is causing some residents to rally in protest have once again cancelled public meetings set for Nov. 2, 7 & 8. This is the second postponement of public meetings hosted by the developer; IPA-Arizona originally set meetings in October that also were cancelled.

The bulk of the meetings were scheduled to take place at North Phoenix Baptist Church, 5757 N. Central Ave. The church is looking to lease its land on the east side of the campus that currently is overflow parking spaces. That L-shaped area is the proposed site of IPA-Arizona’s “Generations: North Central Phoenix,” a three-story, 146-unit senior care community, which includes a two-story memory care unit.

The North Central Phoenix Homeowners Association (NCPHA) has come out strongly in opposition of the proposed development, printing yard signs and raising funds to hire an attorney. While representatives of the developer have said they have been meeting with “concerned individuals” to share the details of their development, they have yet to schedule either a public meeting or a sit-down with the NCPHA, the largest homeowner association in the area.

If the meetings are rescheduled for some time in November, check back here and this article will be updated with that information. It also will be shared on our Facebook page.


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