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Construction could begin as early as this fall on a new development planned on 235 acres along the Deschutes River. Anglers Canyon will be a mixed-use site with retail stores, a senior care facility, open green spaces and about 412 units of high-density, senior and young family housing. “This is the way a community develops, historically,” says Clifford Curry, a partner in Prineville Holdings, the owners of Anglers Canyon. He says the planned community feels right for the area, especially with the mix of age demographics. Ideally, residents will be able to age in place thanks to an on-site senior care center. Construction should conclude by summer 2008.

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