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    Mayor Morris Welcomes the Magnolia at Highland

    City of San Bernardino Mayor, Pat Morris, congratulates Western Seniors Housing President Graham Espley-Jones and Vice President and Senior Project Manager of Meta Housing Corporation Aaron Mandel, as he presents them with a certificate of recognition from the city. Photo by Chris Sloan

    Senior Assemblymember Fran Givens and Meta Housing Corporation’s Aaron Mandel discuss the addition of Magnolia at Highland as an affordable living opportunity for senior residents in San Bernardino. Photo by Chris Sloan

    Mayor Pat Morris and Magnolia at Highland resident Eugene Cook are surrounded by local officials, community members, residents and staff, as they lead the ribbon cutting during the grand opening ceremony. Photo by Chris Sloan

    Anthony Sandoval, President of Western Seniors Housing and Linda Howard of Linda Howard Designs, inspect a Magnolia at Highland’s completed apartment. Photo by Chris Sloan

    Resident Manager DJ Terry describes the many amenities available for residents to use in the on-site library and billiard/tv room. Photo by Chris Sloan

    (San Bernardino, CA) The Magnolia at Highland, San Bernardino’s newest affordable, luxury senior living community for those age 62 or better, opened its doors to the community with their grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony.

    Located at 2196 Medical Center Dr. in San Bernardino, The Magnolia at Highland kicked off four days of activities, highlighted by guest speakers and presentations from the Mayor and other officials, residents, supporters, refreshments and tours.

    Managed by Western Seniors Housing, a leader in the senior apartment management industry, the new senior community has turned what was once a blighted automotive site into 80 upscale, spacious, affordable apartments for seniors.

    Designed from the ground up with seniors in mind, the Magnolia at Highland cultivates a philosophy of aging in place, gracefully, paying attention to every detail to provide a nurturing and comfortable environment for residents.

    Conveniently located near freeways, public transportation, shopping, dining, and parks, The Magnolia at Highland began moving in residents this past December 2011, offering residents spacious apartments complete with central heat and air conditioning, modern appliances, granite counter-tops, with walk in showers in some apartments.

    The beautiful grounds feature a landscaped courtyard with a fountain and outdoor fireplace in a resort like outdoor patio area with shade trees, tranquil fountains, barbecue grills, a large swimming pool, spa and multiple areas for relaxed seating.

    There are still 28 of the 80 apartments available, and it is anticipated that the building will be fully occupied soon.  In addition to the age requirement, those interested in becoming a resident at the new Magnolia at Highland senior living community will need to meet the maximum allowable income qualifications.

    To schedule an appointment or to learn more information about The Magnolia at Highland senior living community contact Western Seniors Housing, Inc., at (909) 473-1000.


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