Most Read: The Largest Providers in Senior Living

In case you missed them…. here are the top headlines grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week.   Alliance Residential Launches $1 Billion Senior Living Pipeline—With an established footprint in multifamily development, Alliance is making a major foray into senior housing with a billion-dollar Read More »

Foodie’s Guide to the NIC Conference: Where to Dine in San Diego

Day 23 - "You Stay Classy San Diego"

Traveling to San Diego next week to attend NIC’s 2015 Capital and Business Strategies Forum March 31 – April 2? Senior Housing News has you covered on where to dine while you’re in town. While San Diego is known for its fish tacos and plethora Read More »

Calculated Growth, Memory Care and What’s Next for Senior Star

Senior Star co-founders and brothers Bill and Bob Thomas didn’t so much approach the senior living business as the business approached them. Or rather, it sort of fell into their laps. Their first two communities came under receivership of the brothers more than 25 years ago Read More »

Most Read: Brookdale, HCP Flex Acquisition Muscle

In case you missed them, here are the top headlines grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week.  Brookdale and HCP to Acquire 35 Chartwell Communities for $849 Million—The senior living operator-owner duo agreed to purchase Chartwell’s entire U.S. senior living portfolio for $849 million. Read More »

Senior Living Companies are Hiring Now—Mather Lifeways, Ecumen and More

On the job search? Senior living companies are hiring. For experienced professionals in real estate, analytics, operators, sales and more, established communities are hiring for the future.  Senior living employers from Mather Lifeways to The Villages at Pine Valley in Philadelphia, are seeking talented industry Read More »

ASHA Strategic Plan Prepares for Future of Senior Housing

As a longtime figurehead for senior housing advocacy, research communication and numerous other initiatives, the American Seniors Housing Association is taking several steps to shift its role in the industry. Under the leadership of longtime ASHA president David Schless, the organization is undertaking a strategic Read More »

Dished: From Ritz to Retirement Dining, A Chef’s Perspective


Senior living dining has taken a turn in recent years—for the better. Cafeterias are no longer cutting it for the sophisticated and well-traveled residents of today’s senior living communities, and they are making way for restaurant-style dining and highly trained professional chefs. One of those Read More »

New Senior Living Operator Launches with 21 Properties Under Development


The founder of a successful senior living provider is serving as co-owner of a brand new operator that is setting its sights on a pipeline that will start with 21 new assisted living sites currently under development. First & Main, the new senior living operator, is in part Read More »

Most Read: Brookdale to Renovate 150 Former Emeritus Communities

In case you missed them… here are the top headlines grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week. Brookdale Banks on Renovating 150 Emeritus Communities in 2015—With detailed fourth quarter performance results forthcoming, Brookdale gave some indication by revising down its outlook for the coming Read More »

LCS Joint Venture Signals More Home Care Growth in Senior Living

The successful completion of a joint venture partnership between LCS and CareSouth means more growth ahead for home health across LCS’s portfolio of communities. This week, CareSouth completed its investment in the jointly-owned home health care business the companies have partnered on—a year earlier than Read More »