Tuesday, September 21, 2010

St. Petersburg City place senior living opens rave to reviews

St. PETERSBURG - laid off at the age of 61 years, Diane Stewart had a difficult past four years. She was forced to abandon a comfortable Beach apartment and image editing program in more modest State-sponsored area. A week ago, retired but in a spanking new apartment, which makes you feel as if your old life back. "I feel like I'm finally home,"Stewart, 65, gushed Tuesday."This is the first time I had new, newly have. 'St. Petersburg's City Place Senior Living opens to rave reviews

Stewart and more than a dozen others started on Labor Day weekend in city place senior living, 298 eighth St. N, move.The affordable housing complex with four floors has apartments for people over 55, granite countertops and laundry Hook-Ups in each apartment, silk curtains in lobby areas, library, fitness room, computer room and covered parking place for each of the 82 Einheiten.Es is a shuffleboard Court, a roof terrace and a place where grandchildren can play visit.



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