A visual look at some of The Redwoods’ apartments. Courtesy images.

If you’ve lived in Mill Valley long enough, you know there’s probably only one placer tougher to get into than the Sweetwater Music Hall on a night that Grateful Dead legend Bob Weir shows up.

That would be The Redwoods, the not-for-profit senior community founded in 1972 by the Community Church of Mill Valley that provides multi-level, affordable rental housing, services and care to 340 low and moderate income seniors from across the SF Bay Area and beyond. 

On the heels of a vast, $32 million, multi-year Revitalization Project that finished three years ago, the Redwoods currently has apartments available on a centrally located property that spans 10 walkable acres. All residents, staff and caregivers have been vaccinated, and the staff regularly conducts socially distanced outdoor exercise classes, as well as an array of Zoom classes online. The property also features a number of outdoor spaces such as a serenity garden.  

The Headlands Apartments are one-bedroom apartments with full-kitchens, which are approximately 500 square feet. The Creekside Apartments include studios of 350 square feet, one-bedroom apartments of 650 square feet, and adjoined studio suites of 700+ square feet. Other details: Services campus-wide include housekeeping and meals. The Redwoods has free wi-fi and residents can have a small pet.

The Creekside Apartments, along with the Redwoods’ Skilled Nursing and Hospice Center, has a medical license, allowing Creekside Apartments to have tailored nursing services available, such as medication management and shower assist.

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