Silverado Senior Living broke ground last week for a 90-resident assisted-living community in southwest Fort Worth for people with memory loss conditions including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Lewy body.The complex, being built at 7001 Bryant Irvin Road, just south of Mira Vista toward Dirks Road, is expected to open next fall. It is expected to employ up to 100 people.Silverado, based in Irvine, Calif, operates several other senior living communities in North Texas, including dementia care facilities in Dallas, Irving and Plano.It's the second senior assisted-living center announced in southwest Fort Worth in recent months. In October, SRP Medical announced plans for a 105-bed center near Bryant Irvin and Interstate 20.AllianceCalifornia hits 10 yearsHillwood recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of AllianceCalifornia, an industrial development in San Bernardino modeled after its highly successful AllianceTexas project in north Fort Worth.The development, launched in 2002 at the former Norton Air Force Base in partnership with the Inland Valley Development Agency, has seen more than 10.6 million square feet of new construction."AllianceCalifornia has brought more than 8,000 jobs back to the community, which has made a great economic impact over the last decade," San Bernardino Mayor Patrick J. Morris said.Dallas-based Hillwood, run by Ross Perot Jr., also operates AllianceFlorida, launched in 2009 in Jacksonville.Transactions4748 Golden Triangle Blvd., Fort WorthJerry's Express Car Wash has bought a 2.32-acre pad site from Alta Vista FW-1 Ltd. for a carwash. Brian Tobey of the Makens Co. represented the seller. Walter Owen Properties represented the buyer.1800 North Park Drive, Fort WorthJack 2199 bought a 34,591-square-foot industrial building. Jerry Alexander and Sarah Everett of Transwestern represented the buyer. 3213 Ramona Drive, Fort WorthJC Craig Properties bought a 10,500-square-foot industrial building. Frank Jester of Transwestern represented the buyer. Nathan Vasseur represented the seller, Guy Wood.3500 McCart Ave., Fort WorthMcCart Panther Partners bought a 156,352-square-foot building. Todd Hubbard of NAI Robert Lynn represented the seller, the Sztamenits Family Limited Partnership. Bruce Butler of CASE Commercial represented the buyer.4770 Mercantile Drive, Fort WorthMaruyama Manufacturing Co. has leased 43,125 square feet of office/warehouse space. Todd Hubbard of NAI Robert Lynn represented the tenant. Brian Randolph and Andrew Ward of Mercantile Partners represented the landlord.2450 114th St., Grand PrairieValley Truck Parts has leased 12,800 square feet of warehouse space in Trinity West Business Park Building 2 from William J. Owen Trust and OMO Investment Co. Jim Ferris and Michael Spain of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services represented the landlord. Pete Richardson of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant.