(Long Beach, Calif.) Seniors who dream of living in a thriving, artistic community close to the ocean now have the perfect opportunity to make the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony their home.
The 161-unit apartment community offers attainable luxury living for artistic and arts-loving seniors 55 and better.
As soon as you step inside the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony, you feel as though you’ve entered a magical, artistic world, said Josselly Esquivel, resident manager of the community.
“We offer all kinds of art classes, including lessons in painting, ceramics, jewelry-making, and gardening,” she said. “We also have an art gallery, and we have a grand piano salon with a coffee bar where musicians sometimes play for residents.”
And for those who love the performing arts, there is a theater-style clubhouse with a proscenium stage fully equipped with theater lights and a modern sound system where seniors have presented plays.
“It’s truly an arts colony because we focus so much on the arts,” Josselly Esquivel said.
The Long Beach Senior Arts Colony is also just a short walk from the East Village Arts District, a neighborhood where visitors can shop, dine and explore art galleries and photography studios.
The smoke-free Long Beach Senior Arts Colony apartment community also features modern amenities to help seniors stay in shape and enjoy their leisure time, including a billiards room, yoga and dance studio, and fitness room with cardiovascular and strength training equipment.
The luxury apartment complex also features elevators, a parking garage, controlled-access entryways, laundry facilities, a computer center with printer, and a mail room.
The apartments themselves are a mix of contemporary studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes with modern kitchens featuring a refrigerator, stove and dishwasher, granite countertops and designer finishes and fixtures.
The apartment homes also include a private balcony or patio, the perfect place to relax and enjoy a calm Pacific Ocean breeze.
And the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony is less than three miles from the Queen Mary and Long Beach Convention Center, and it’s near shopping, public transportation, churches, a Post Office and banks.
“Once you come into the Long Beach Senior Arts Colony, you feel a caring community where people know one another,” Josselly Esquivel said. “It’s a friendly, engaging community full of interesting activities.”
To schedule a tour or learn more about rents and eligible income limits, call (562) 951-1188 or go to LBSeniorArtsColony.com.
You can also email Josselly Esquivel at firstname.lastname@example.org