New Senior Apartments in Spring Valley

New Melody Senior Apartments Scheduled to Open August 2020

A new 201 unit senior development, Melody Apartments, is scheduled to open this August in Spring Valley. The 201 one and two-bedroom units are available to active seniors age 55 and up. On Oquendo Road near the Bruce Woodbury Beltway, the apartment community is well-located with numerous services, grocery stores, retail stores and restaurants located within a mile and a half. A pharmacy, doctors’ offices, a dentist office, hospitals, and rehabilitation center are also within a mile and a half. Several bus stops are within walking distance. About 3 miles away is the Helen Meyer Community Center which has tennis courts, a walking path, picnic areas and ballfields and offers courses for community residents.

Community features at Melody include a swimming pool with jacuzzi, meeting space, community kitchen, game area, hair salon, wellness center, exercise room and reading room. Outdoor amenities include extensive landscaping, picnic tables, BBQs and carport parking.*

Amenities in the units include quartz countertops and hard surface wood look floors. The property is an EnergyStar-rated development with high efficiency heating and cooling and EnergyStar appliances. Low or no VOC materials have been used throughout the community. 

Melody will have a Resident Services Coordinator who will help schedule health and wellness workshops, exercise and dance classes, game nights, movie viewing and weekly outings and will also coordinate community services for residents such as credit counseling, legal aid, transportation assistance, and homemaker services for eligible residents.*

The property is being developed by Ovation Development and will be managed by Ovation Property Management. As of this writing in July 2020, applications were still being taken for both the one and two bedroom units. Please contact Ovation Property Management for more information. 

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*Access to activities and common spaces may be hindered due to the current pandemic. All social distancing and government directives regarding PPE are in force at the community.