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Re-Grand Opening of Reserve of Bossier City Apartment Homes


Heritage Properties, Inc recently completed a gorgeous multi-million
dollar renovation of Reserve of Bossier City Apartment Homes. This community offers
residents a unique combination of luxurious amenities and a convenient location. The
new Grand Opening will be held on March 17 th at 11 in our clubhouse. We will have a
ribbon cutting with the local Chamber of Commerce and give everyone a tour of the
beautiful new renovations.

“We are excited to continue to improve this already great community. Our owners
enjoy doing business in the wonderful city of Bossier while offering residents a
carefree comfortable lifestyle, upscale amenities, and superior service” says Kevin
Hodges, Vice President of Heritage Properties.

These renovations include a full interior remodel including quartz countertops, brand-
new stainless-steel appliances, custom cabinetry and lighting, and wood plank flooring
throughout. The exterior renovations include two outdoor pavilions with a fireplace
lounge and grilling area, two resort-style-pools with private cabanas, a bark park with pet
washing station, tennis and basketball courts, 1600 sq. ft. state of the art fitness facility
with fitness on demand and kickboxing, playground, new landscaping, refinished parking
lot, and a new hardy wood plank façade. Additionally, the clubhouse and office area were
completely renovated and new gates were installed.

The Reserve of Bossier City is in a conveniently located off Airline Drive and within two
miles of shopping and restaurants. The apartments include uniquely spacious floor plans,
dramatic 9-foot high ceilings, large walk-in closets and private balconies. The bathrooms
also evoke sophisticated and upscale living with oversized garden bathtubs.

For more information on Reserve of Bossier City, please go to
https://www.liveatreserveofbossiercityapts.com or email
reserveofbossiercitymgr@HeritageProperties.com .

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