Transactions & Financings: Ensign Group Completes Pennant Spinoff; GlynnDevins Acquires Consulting Firm

Ensign Group senior housing spinoff complete The Ensign Group (Nasdaq: ENSG) completed its spinoff of The Pennant Group (Nasdaq: PNTG), its unit for senior living, home health and hospice properties. The Mission Viejo-based company first announced the spinoff in May. Ensign stockholders received one share of Pennant common stock for every two shares of Ensign […]

National Senior Campuses Names Beardsley as First-Ever CEO

The largest nonprofit senior living organization in the country has a chief executive for the first time in its history. National Senior Campuses (NSC) named Bruce Beardsley as its new CEO on Tuesday. He will be focused in part on creating a future-focused strategy for the organization, which could involve new and more affordable continuing […]

In the Pipeline: Phoenix Plans Georgia Project; Cadence, Ryan Cos. Open Arizona Community

In the Pipeline is brought to you by the Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards. Sign up for the SHN Architecture & Design Newsletter from SHN for updates on architecture and design trends and the annual SHN Awards Competition. Construction: Planned Phoenix, Flournoy Team Up for Georgia Project Phoenix Senior Living has announced a […]

Mansions Senior Living CEO: Extended Stay Apartments Taught Us About Senior Living

Mansions Senior Living parlayed a unique multifamily operating model into a successful entrance to senior living. Now the Edmond, Oklahoma-based owner and provider is focusing on increasing its presence in one of the hottest construction markets in the United States, while modernizing the buildings that allowed Mansions to establish its footprint, founder and CEO Kim […]

Why Best Buy Could Disrupt Senior Care More Than Rivals Like Amazon

Best Buy’s (NYSE: BBY) push into the commercial health care space is poised to make the electronics retailer an even bigger disruptor than many may have anticipated, thanks largely to its focus on seniors. That’s the premise of a report released earlier this week by analysts at investment bank and financial services firm Morgan Stanley […]

Last Chance For Summit Tickets – Join Us In D.C. on Thursday

Don’t miss this intimate networking opportunity to meet with industry leaders and other professionals from across the country at the Senior Housing News (SHN) Summit on October 3 in Washington, D.C. With over 100 people expected to attend, this event provides access to thoughtful discussion on industry trends and headlines. This half-day format features four […]

$216M Expansion Brings Host of Local Businesses, Health Care Providers to Mary’s Woods Campus

Mary’s Woods at Marylhurst used to take pride in being “the best kept secret” in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Not anymore. As a $216 million repositioning draws near completion, the nonprofit life plan community has raised its profile. Mary’s Woods is now more visible and more integrated with the greater Lake Oswego and Portland metro areas, […]

Intergenerational Designs Replace ‘Aging-in-Place’ Vibe at CCRCs

Baby boomers are bringing a new set of expectations to senior living, and architects and designers of CCRCs are heeding the call. It’s no secret the boomers will want to maintain their current lifestyles, especially as they move into the active adult or independent living wings of sprawling continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs). And they […]