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Oakmont Senior Living Wins Year-End Awards - 2014


Oakmont Senior Living Wins Year-End Awards - 2014

The company received awards for achievements in design/development and the successes of individual properties.

Oakmont Senior Living recently earned several year-end awards for 2014, adding to the luxury senior community developer’s growing list of accolades.  Properties belonging to the Santa Rosa, CA-based company were honored with the following awards in December:

  • Organization of the Year 2014, Sacramento Older Adult Collaborative
  • Best Events (Non-Fundraising), Sacramento Older Adult Collaborative
  • Top Sponsor, Alzheimer’s Association Walk Celebration
  • Communities of the Year, Alzheimer’s Association Walk Celebration
  • Senior Living by Design Grand Award, Assisted Living Federation of America

Crystal Robinson, Regional VP of Sales and Marketing at Oakmont Management Group, said that the company believes it is being awarded for both the outstanding development of its communities and the quality of care and service their staff provides. “Oakmont is family owned and operated, and I think that’s really reflected in our communities,” she said. “Every one of our properties throughout California has been designed to enrich the senior community experience and offer peace of mind to families. Overall, we’re honored to be a key contributor to the exciting new face of retirement living.”

In 2015, the company will open new properties in Whittier, Alameda, Fresno, Santa Clarita and San Jose. Its groundbreaking LGBT retirement community in Santa Rosa, Fountaingrove Lodge, opened in November 2013 and has received several awards including the Senior Living by Design Grand Award from the Assisted Living Federation of America and the Multi-Housing News (MHN) Excellence Award for Best New Development and Design in the 55+ category.

Oakmont Senior Living lobby


NOTE: The exterior photo credited to Oakmont Senior Living in our January print edition issue was a photo of Oakmont Gardens, a company that is unaffiliated with Oakmont Senior Living. We regret the error.