Top News of the Week: Kisco’s $160M Pipeline, Rebranding for Boomers

In case you missed it… here are the top five headlines grabbing SHN readers’ attention this week.

Kisco Senior Living Targets Mixed-Use Communities for $160M Pipeline—Recent development by Kisco may be some indication, but the owner-operator-developer has about $160 million worth of development still on the way. Much of the development will target mixed-use, master-planned communities, as a differentiator, the company tells SHN… 

Senior Housing Rate Projected to Double, Driven By Urban Development—Consulting giant PwC teamed up with the Urban Land Institute to report on real estate investment opportunities across housing sectors. What they found: by some estimates, the senior housing penetration rate could be poised to double in a matter of just a few years. 


Dished: The Mather Brings High-End Dining to Senior Living—In the launch of SHN’s Dished series, we visited Evanston, Illinois-based CCRC The Mather. What we found was a fine dining restaurant experience available to all throughout the continuum of care. 

New CCRC Residents Don’t Regret the Move, New Research Shows—A white paper funded by LCS and Brookdale features a close look into CCRC resident satisfaction. By and large new CCRC residents said they were satisfied with their moves, with the white paper shedding light on the decision making process and outcomes. 

Senior Living Banks on Rebranding to Capture Boomers—Whether to capture new boomer market share or shift perceptions of current and prospective residents, there are many reasons why senior living companies undergo rebranding efforts. But is it worth the trouble? 


Written by Elizabeth Ecker 

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