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CIBOLO, TEXAS — California-based Highridge Costa Development Co. has opened El Sereno Senior Living, a $21 million affordable seniors housing community in Cibolo, a northeastern suburb of San Antonio. The property features 136 units, 119 of which are reserved for seniors earning between 30 to 60 percent of the area median income. The remaining 17
Highridge Costa uses its extensive expertise in affordable housing to deliver quality communities that support residents. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has recognized Highridge Costa with the Best Affordable Rental Community for people aged 50 and older (50+), the Best 50+ Independent Living Community and the Best 50+ Mixed Use Community for its
For a quarter-century, Highridge Costa has worked to reshape the landscape of affordable housing communities in America, based on the belief that low-income residences should be well built, aesthetically pleasing, and architecturally significant. Their work is also based on the knowledge that for the wise, industrious, and patient, the business of building such communities can
CIBOLO, Texas — Gardena, California-based Highridge Costa Development Company and Dallas-based Casa Linda Development Corporation have opened El Sereno Senior Living, an affordable seniors housing community in Cibolo, approximately 20 miles northeast of downtown San Antonio. Development costs for the three-story, 136-unit property were estimated at $21 million. A total of 119 units are reserved
CIBOLO — Nearly five years after the idea of an affordable housing project was brought to the city of Cibolo and about a year after developers broke ground, El Sereno Senior Living is now a home for several residents. The affordable apartment community, located at 213 Somerset Ave., for seniors 55 years and older celebrated its
The El Sereno Senior Living apartments, a 136-unit affordable senior living complex in Cibolo, will open Wednesday. The $21 million project was co-developed by Gardena, California-based Highridge Costa Development Co. and Dallas-based Casa Linda Development Corp. The three-story, wrap-style apartment community at 213 Somerset Ave. features 99 one-bedroom apartments and 37 two-bedroom apartments. Of the
Well-planned, attractive, aﬀordable housing solutions can keep teachers, nurses, retail workers, ﬁreﬁghters and police oﬃcers living in the communities where they work… and close to the people who rely on them.