Belage Manor is a renovated, garden-style, gated affordable housing community for seniors age 55+ in Anaheim, CA. With extensive landscaping centered around a pond and gazebo, Belage Manor is located within easy walking distance of restaurants, shops, coffee shops, grocery stores and Chaparral Park. Located near public transportation in West Anaheim, Belage Manor has three bus lines within 0.7 miles. Seniors enjoy the community center with onsite services that focus on health and wellness and active, social living provided by Jamboree’s Community Impact Group.
Jamboree owns, operates, and maintains Belage Manor, ensuring long-term affordable housing that brings peace of mind to seniors. Jamboree’s longstanding property management partner ensures the community is well maintained, secure, and includes many amenities, providing seniors comfortable, safe, quality living in central Orange County.
Belage Manor, located in Anaheim, CA, is a rehabilitated acquisition owned by Jamboree. Together with Preservation Partners Development, Jamboree refurbished the property in 2008, transforming it into a healthy living community for active seniors. Residents were temporarily relocated during the renovation.
Since 2000, Jamboree has partnered with Preservation Partners Development to acquire, rehabilitate and permanently preserve “at-risk” affordable housing communities throughout California. This joint venture has led to the development of Belage Manor as well as four other senior communities that provide long-term, secure housing and supportive social services for very low-income adults age 55+. As a longstanding, trusted collaborator with Jamboree, Preservation Partners Development provides onsite property management services at Belage Manor, as well as the other properties.
Belage Manor’s high quality design and renovation provide seniors with affordable, secure housing in a safe, well-maintained West Anaheim community. Located near shopping, restaurants, parks and public transportation, Belage Manor helps seniors maintain their active lifestyles and independence in central Orange County.