In The Pipeline: Trilogy Health Services Starts on Ohio Campus; Integrated Real Estate Group Plans $48M Texas community

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Construction: In Progress

Trilogy Health Services breaks ground on new campus

Trilogy Health recently broke ground on its newest senior living campus in Lancaster, Ohio.

The 113-unit community will offer a range of care from IL and AL to memory care and post-acute health care services. The campus is being built in connection with DMK Development Group and features 25 IL apartments, 23 AL units, 18 memory care units, 35 skilled nursing beds and 12 skilled memory care beds.


The campus features a mix of one-bedroom apartments with amenities that include a bistro, multiple dining areas with an executive chef, activity room, salon, multipurpose room, fitness center and physical therapy room.

The community is expected to open in early 2024 and represents a $22 million investment.

Trilogy Health Services operates nearly 130 communities across four states.


Construction: Complete

California senior living community renovates dining space

Hillcrest, a CCRC in La Verne, California, recently announced its grand re-opening of dining services after renovations to its dining space at the community.

Upscale changes made to the community’s dining space include: a new host station, enhanced WiFi capabilities; menu displays in the lobby; a new private dining room; flooring, improved decor and paint and redone restroom facilities.

The CCRC offers care across the continuum and includes a range of two-and-one bedroom floor plans.

Other noteworthy projects include:


— Two senior living communities are planned in Berks County, Pennsylvania after a joint venture between IntegraCare and Weathervane Capital Partners was announced.

— Eventide recently announced plans for a 119-unit community in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.

— A new proposal was made as part of the phase one of the Stop Six Choice Neighborhood Initiative that would add a 174-unit mixed income senior living community in Fort Worth, Texas.

— A new, 141-unit community was proposed for West Asheville, North Carolina through the Merriam, Kansas-based Cohen-Esrey development group.

— A new AL community proposed for Columbiana, Ohio.

— Integrated Real Estate Group announced plans for a $48 million community in west McKinney, Texas.

— A new 131-unit senior living community was recently announced in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

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