Re-Setting the Stage for Senior Living Development

Feasibility studies. They’re conducted day in and day out by prospective builders, financiers and expansion hopefuls in real estate generally, and in senior living specifically. Factors such as population growth, density, concentration of potential adult children and competition are all considered, among other considerations. With Read More »

Some See Major Growth in Third-Party Senior Living Services

What began as a third party operator and manager of senior living salons is finding there’s potential for a much larger niche in services that cater to communities—outside of their operating companies. PS Lifestyle, formerly known as Salon PS, is undergoing a name change and Read More »

Kisco Shifts Dining to Align With Wellness Approach

Like many senior living organizations that are rethinking dining operations, Kisco Senior Living is adapting its dining model toward a restaurant-style approach. But that’s not all it’s doing. With the help of its new culinary services leader, Matt Perez, who brings a wealth of experience Read More »

Disney Today, Senior Living Tomorrow: Adapting Mainstream Tech

Mainstream disruptive products such as Uber and Airbnb may have yet to make a formal foray into senior living on a wide-scale basis, but providers can take cues from the technology being developed for the overall population as a way to improve the quality of Read More »

Real Estate or Health Care—How Do Financiers View Senior Housing?

Part real estate and part operations, senior housing has always counted on both components for success. And financing providers who invest in the space say it’s important to understand that both still play important roles when operators are approaching new projects. The business overall is Read More »

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 »