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MAY 2019

Construction Today

Changing Lives

For 25 years, under the direction of Michael Costa, Highridge Costa has been an award-winning leader in afforable housing for seniors and families.

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MAY 2019

BOSS Magazine

Building and Changing Lives

HIghridge Costa is marking 25 years as a leader in the affordable senior and multifamily field.

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APRIL 2019

Senior Housing Business

Highridge Costa, Casa Linda Open $21M Affordable Community in 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.

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MARCH 2019

Seguin Gazzette

SENIOR LIVING New affordable housing facility for residents 55 and up opens in Cibolo

The $21 million El Sereno Senior Living apartment community co-developed by Highridge Costa Development Company of Gardena, California, and Casa Linda Development Corporation of Dallas has officially opened.

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MARCH 2019

San Antonio Business Journal

New affordable senior living apartments open in Cibolo

The grand opening of the $21 million El Sereno Senior Living apartment community has officially opened in Cibolo, Texas.

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MARCH 2019

Senior Living News

Ground Broken for $130 Million Kulana Hale Mixed-Use and Senior Affordable Apartment Community

Ground officially broken on the $64 million Kulana Hale mixed-use senior affordable apartment community.

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JANUARY 2019

Bisnow Los Angeles LA Deal Sheet

Ground broken for $32M mixed-use permanent supportive housing community

Los Angeles city officals join developers in breaking ground on $32 million apartment community for homeless veterans

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JANUARY 2019

California Construction News

Construction begins on $32 million LA veterans housing complex

Ground broken on $32-million supportive housing complex for homeless veterans

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