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January 23, 2015
 

Retired military, current and retired federal civil service eligible to live on base

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Soaring Heights Communities, located at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, has opened select homes giving retired military, federal civil service employees, retired federal civil service and their families the opportunity to experience the comfort, convenience and peace-of-mind that comes with living on base.

Soaring Heights’ residents enjoy two, three and four bedroom homes, a pet-friendly community, 24-hour emergency maintenance service, a premier gated-community and basic utilities included in their rent.

“Our homes offer convenience in a friendly community,” said Melanie Russell, property manager for Soaring Heights at Davis-Monthan AFB. “We’re thrilled to welcome this new group into our community and share all of the wonderful amenities that Soaring Heights has to offer.”

Soaring Heights is hosting an open house Thursday, Jan. 29, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., for those who would like to learn more. Interested parties are invited to come to the Welcome Home Center located at 8090 E. Ironwood Street for a home tour.

To learn more about Soaring Heights Communities or to apply online visit www.soaringheights.net. To schedule a tour and learn more about which homes are available, to discuss pricing or lease term agreements call 520.745.5024, or visit the Soaring Heights Welcome Home Center located on Davis-Monthan AFB at 8090 E. Ironwood Street.




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