BROOKFIELD — A proposed 115-unit assisted living facility aims to meet the rising demand for senior housing.

Columbia Pacific Advisors, a Washington State-based company, plans to submit an application for the three-story building to the town next month. The facility would include 89 assisted living units and 26 memory care units on Federal Road.

Developers will introduce the project to residents at a community meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in Room 133 of Town Hall.

“We like to make sure we keep in mind people’s concerns,” said Darcy Koenig, a land use consultant for the developer. “We’re not from there, so we don’t know everything about the area and the town. It’s nice to get people’s input on what they think about the project.”

Columbia Pacific Advisors has built or owned more than 300 senior living communities across the country.

“They (the developers) are always looking for areas that are in need of this type of service and Brookfield was one of those places,” Koenig said.

The facility would be at 291 Federal Road, a half mile down the road from The Village at Brookfield Common, an assisted living community through Benchmark Senior Living. Benchmark did not return a request for comment.

First Selectman Steve Dunn said Brookfield could use another assisted living facility. The Village at Brookfield Common has a waiting list, so the two would not be in competition with each other, he said.

“There is more demand for assisted living these days,” Dunn said. “People are living longer. They want to move out of their houses. They get to the point where they can’t take care of themselves in their apartment.”

He said his only concern is the impact the facility could have on the police and fire departments.

“Any time you have an assisted living facility, you’re going to get more calls, but I think we can work that out,” Dunn said.

The facility would be built on a 4.08 acre lot.

Koenig said an initial environmental test did not detect any problems at the site.

“There aren’t any concerns as far as impact to the property,” she said.

The assisted living community would include studios, one bedroom and two bedroom units. Private and semi-private units would be available for those in the memory care section, Koenig said. The private units would be similar to studios, while the semi-private rooms have a shared bathroom, she said.

The memory care unit is for patients with Alzheimer’s or dementia who need more supervision, while the assisted living section would be for residents who might need some help with daily tasks, Koenig said.

A theater, salon and van to take residents on errands would also be provided.

“The facility offers a lot of community activities to try and get their residents out and about mingling with each other,” Koenig said.