Loma Clara Senior Living Celebrates Grand Opening

May 1, 2019

MORGAN HILL, CA–Loma Clara Senior Living, a luxury Integral Senior Living community in Morgan Hill, celebrated its grand opening Tuesday, April 30.

Mayor Rich Constantine, City Manager of Morgan Hill Christina Turner and Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce President John Horner joined leadership from Steadfast Companies and Integral Senior Living to mark the occasion.

“We are looking forward to providing our residents at Loma Clara with the high-quality care ISL is known and trusted for,” said Collette Gray, Integral Senior Living’s CEO and COO. “It is an honor to join the vibrant Morgan Hill community, and we’re grateful for the warm reception.”

Featuring beautiful Craftsman-style architecture, Loma Clara’s 62,000-square-foot community consists of charming studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes, boasting high ceilings, large windows, spacious bathrooms and kitchenettes. Managed by Integral Senior Living, the community also offers the group’s enriching trademark programs: Vibrant Life®, Generations Memory Care and Elevate® dining. Amenities include a cafe bistro, library and tech lounge, movie theater room, state-of-the-art fitness center, salon and massage amenities, a physical therapy room, a happy hour deck, a large outdoor courtyard, and more.

Located at the southern tip of Santa Clara County, Loma Clara offers quick and easy access to local hospitals, shopping and dining, as well as an exceptional lifestyle for residents. The two-story community will feature studio, one- and two-bedroom residences ranging from 400 square feet to 1,000 square feet.

Integral Senior Living (ISL) manages independent, assisted living and memory care properties throughout 18 states and is ranked among the nation’s largest senior living providers.

Since forming in 1994, Steadfast Companies and its affiliates have developed into an integrated, multifaceted real estate investment management company that today owns and/or operates a diverse portfolio of more than $5.4 billion across the United States and Mexico.

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