Baby Boomers Face ‘Urgent Need’ for More Affordable Senior Housing Options

More affordable and middle-market housing options are going to be needed as the next generation of older adults approaches average senior living age. A new report, compiled by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, detailed the looming generation of boomers, the oldest of which are turning 80 in the coming years. The […]

With Amazon Backing, Northbridge and Partners Expand Assisted Living Medicaid Model in DC

Having successfully developed an assisted living community for Medicaid beneficiaries in the Washington, D.C. market, Northbridge is now underway on a similar project, with Amazon (NYSE: AMZ) among the backers. Amazon’s involvement will “give us a little more flexibility” in the new community compared to the first, Northbridge Communities President Wendy Nowokunski said at the […]

Pine Park Health Expands Value-Based Care Model, With Affordable Housing a Target

Pine Park Health is expanding its value-based health care model further into the affordable senior housing sector. Pine Park Health Chief Commercial Officer Dan O’Neill announced last week on LinkedIn that the company has expanded its value-based, in-home primary care model to serve nearly 400 more residents in Northern California. Pine Park currently operates in […]

Transforming Age Merges SHAG, Two Affiliated Entities to Form Affordable Housing Arm

Senior living nonprofit Transforming Age has unveiled a new affordable housing arm and brand called “Circ.” The newly created brand — which Bellevue, Washington-based Transforming Age formats as CIRC — is an amalgam of Sustainable Housing for Ageless Generations (SHAG), which affiliated with Transforming Age in 2021; and two other Transforming Age-affiliated entities: Community Life […]

After Rebranding, EveryAge Targets Middle-Market Senior Living and Home Health Growth

EveryAge has some ambitious plans, as the senior living and aging services provider celebrates its 50th anniversary. Last month, the nonprofit – formerly known as United Church Homes and Services – completed a rebranding in conjunction with its golden anniversary. The new corporate identity goes beyond the company’s beginnings as a faith-based provider to be […]

ProMedica Senior Care President: ‘Healthcare Redefined’ Will Address Social Determinants, Include Senior Living Communities

Health system ProMedica — which operates a large portfolio of senior housing and care communities — is launching a new initiative that it hopes will create a paradigm shift in how people, including older adults, receive care and improve quality of life. The Healthcare Redefined Initiative, announced last week, takes a data-centric approach to health […]

Most Affordable States for Assisted Living Shed Light on Reaching Middle Market

Developing enough middle-market senior housing to meet anticipated demand over the next decade is shaping up to be a daunting challenge, for myriad reasons. Senior living providers are taking on the challenge with operational innovations, but external forces such as market conditions and regulations also play a significant part in helping or hindering these efforts. […]

PACE Provider InnovAge Raises $350M in IPO, Sees Potential for Senior Living Initiatives

InnovAge (Nasdaq: INNV), which serves about 6,600 older adults through the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), executed a $350 million initial public offering (IPO) on March 4. The Denver-based company is the largest PACE provider in the United States and has taken an out-of-the-box approach to the program through moves such as […]

Large ‘Wellness Village’ Project in Philly Starts with Senior Housing

TPP Capital Management is undertaking an ambitious project to transform a Philadelphia neighborhood, with senior housing and services among the key building blocks of a health- and wellness-focused master plan. For years, TPP — a Black-owned social impact private equity fund and health care real estate development firm — has been assembling parcels of land […]