Buda Oaks Assisted Living set to open in early 2020 on Cabelas Drive

Buda Oaks Assisted Living and Memory Care is under construction on Cabelas Drive. (Courtesy Buda Oaks)
Buda Oaks Assisted Living and Memory Care is under construction on Cabelas Drive. (Courtesy Buda Oaks)

Buda Oaks Assisted Living and Memory Care is under construction on Cabelas Drive. (Courtesy Buda Oaks)

Buda Oaks Assisted Living and Memory Care, a new facility for seniors located at 1200 Cabelas Drive, Buda, will open just after the start of 2020, according to a representative of Civitas Senior Living, the management company. The 86-unit, 65,000-square-foot residential complex, developed by Austin-based Journeyman Group, will set aside 20 beds for memory care and include a variety of amenities such as a library and fitness center. Buda Oaks will be pet-friendly. 512-488-4214. www.budaoaks.com
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