RENO, NV – February 21, 2017 – Associa Sierra North recently began management of the South Reno neighborhood of Saddle Ridge and Fifth Avenue townhomes in Carson City. Both communities now receive Associa Sierra North’s full line of management services consisting of financial, maintenance, communications and administrative services.
Saddle Ridge Unit Owners’ Association is a Toll Brothers resort-style community in South Reno. It is a growing neighborhood consisting of 459 single-family homes. There is a staffed gate, tennis courts, swimming pools and clubhouse.
Fifth Avenue Townhouse Owners’ Association is comprised of 90 townhome and single-family units in the heart of Carson City. This mature community offers a club house and a large open space area.
“We’re excited that each of these communities has chosen to partner with Associa Sierra North and our teams look forward to helping the board members fulfill the unique visions they each have,” says Associa Sierra North President Debora Costa. “We are proud to showcase our versatility in the marketplace with the ability to give the same unsurpassed service and attention to a large-scale neighborhood as we do for a small tight-knit townhome community.”
Delivering unsurpassed association management services to communities since 1979, Associa leads the industry operating more than 180 branch offices across North America and employing 10,000 team members dedicated to serving nearly five million residents who are part of the Associa family. With unrivaled industry expertise, safeguarded finances and trailblazing innovation, Associa provides solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. To learn more go to www.associaonline.com.
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