April Housing and USA Properties Fund recently helped senior residents celebrate each other, their accomplishments and getting back to normal.
The companies held a Resident Appreciation Luncheon on Oct. 25 for residents at Vintage Hills Senior Apartments, an affordable apartment community in Reno.
Many residents of the 200-apartment community attended the half-day event that included lunch, live music and numerous activities.
Getting back to normal
More than 20 team members from April Housing and USA Properties – including company Presidents Alice Carr and Geoff Brown, respectively – attended the event, helped serve lunch and met with residents.
“The event allowed us to connect with residents, get to know them better and express our appreciation for making Vintage Hills such a special community,” Brown said.
Like many others nationwide, the apartment community’s residents have delayed get-togethers because of health guidelines and a commitment to keeping each other safe during the peak of the COVID pandemic. In some ways, the Resident Appreciation Luncheon was a bit of a getting-back-to-normal celebration.
The luncheon was also a way to connect with residents and see what they need, said Ingrid Kim, Vice President of April Housing.
“We wanted to talk with them and find out what’s going to be the most helpful for them,” Kim said. “It was also an opportunity to thank them for taking great care of the property.”