This week, SHN readers tuned into Holiday’s moving pricing model, as well as a look at the way in which hospitality practices are making their way into senior living. Readers also tapped into a major move on the REIT front, as NHI’s former chief executive took on a new role overseeing HCP’s senior housing investments. We looked into what the move means for HCP.
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Why Holiday Sees Dynamic Pricing as the Future of Senior Living Sales—Historically, many senior living companies have targeted discounts as a selling point. But Holiday Retirement, the nation’s largest independent living provider, has paved the way for dynamic pricing. And hopes others will follow suit.
A New Wave of Hospitality Innovations Hits Senior Living—In recent years, the lines between hospitality and senior living have blurred. SHN looked into some of the specifics around why senior living is looking a lot more like hospitality these days.
NHI’s CEO Hutchens Resigns, Joins HCP as Investment Chief—In a major personnel move for senior housing REITs, former NHI CEO Justin Hutchens took a new role with HCP, Inc.—one of the nation’s “Big 3” health care REITs.
HCP Charts Future Course for Senior Housing—And following Hutchens’ arrival, HCP spoke with SHN about the REIT’s plans for senior housing, and how it has made a turnaround since it’s last major personnel shake-up.
Green Retirement Communities Are Sprouting—Senior living is taking a seat at the table when it comes to going green. A Forbes article delves into the different green retirement options from specific communities and their eco-friendly elements to alternatives that are energy and resource-saving such as co-housing and walking-friendly communities.
In the spotlight: EB-5
The immigrant investor program has become a favorite for a handful of developers in the senior living sector. Now the U.S. Government Accountability Office is saying the program needs more regular assessments to detect and prevent fraud in the future.
Written by Elizabeth Ecker