Building For The Future Of Senior Living
Imagine a brand new building that is constructed for today’s resident preferences, but also has all of the features that will be needed in five years. Senior living developers can’t foresee the future, but they are getting much better at building their communities with flexibility so that at least they’re prepared for it.
Construction starts across the industry have risen steadily since 2010, according to data tracked by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care (NIC). There are still more than 18,000 units under development, according to NIC, and they include some of the most state-of-the art design features geared toward the resident experience as well as operational efficiencies.
Senior living is making strides when it comes to the design of new construction projects as well as renovations and updates. But competition is tight. From dining-focused features to designing for technology, learn about four of the top design trends that senior living operators are implementing in 2016.
This whitepaper includes important information on:
- Flexible Communities
- Intelligent Design
- Grab-and-Go Markets
- Technology Design
- … and more!
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