In the Pipeline: Belmont Village Opening in Chicago; Leisure Care’s Seattle High-Rise

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, the annual SHN Awards Competition. Construction: Planned Developer Wins Approval for 55+ Project in Massachusetts Capital Group Properties have earned approval […]

Transactions & Financings: AllyAlign’s $10M Funding Round; $201M Financing for Harbor’s Edge

AllyAlign Health closes $10M funding round AllyAlign Health, a developer and administrator of Medicare Advantage (MA) special needs plans benefiting long-term care providers, closed a $10 million strategic funding round, led by McKesson Ventures, as the Richmond, Virginia-based firm looks to expand. And senior living is in its sights, AllyAlign President President Amy Kaszak told […]

Movers & Shakers: Cadence Names Culinary Leader; Atlas’ New Compliance Director

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In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (2/16/17)

(Rendering of River Tower at Harbor’s Edge, located in Norfolk, Virginia— photo courtesy of Harbor’s Edge) Construction: Planned Upscale Retirement Community Tower Planned in Virginia Harbor’s Edge, a Life Plan Retirement Community in Norfolk, Virginia, announced it is building a new, $100 million, 27-story building. River Tower at Harbor’s Edge will add 138 luxury residences that […]

Movers & Shakers: Presbyterian Senior Living’s New VP, Corporate Medical Director

Presbyterian Senior Living Appoints New VP, Corporate Medical Director Presbyterian Senior Living, a not-for-profit provider of retirement and senior care services headquartered in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, appointed Dr. Steven Fuller as vice president and corporate medical director. In his new role, Dr. Fuller will lead Presbyterian Senior Living’s efforts to implement new clinical standards, develop systems […]

In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (9/24/15)

(Symphony of Dyer – photo courtesy of Mainstreet and Symphony Post Acute Network) Construction: Planned Methodist Retirement Communities Plans Texas Senior Living Community Methodist Retirement Communities recently announced plans for the development of a new independent, assisted living and memory care community in College Station, Texas. The not-for-profit organization anticipates a mid- to late-September closing […]

Most Read: CCRC Settles Legal Backlash, Brookdale Bets Big on New Services

In case you missed it, here are the top stories grabbing Senior Housing News readers’ attention this week: CCRC Settles Legal Backlash for Segregated Dining Room—A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Virginia agreed to pay a federal settlement and civil penalty to resolve charges that it discriminated against residents by creating segregated dining rooms […]

CCRC Settles Legal Backlash for Segregated Dining Room

A continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Virginia has agreed to pay a federal settlement and civil penalty to resolve charges that it discriminated against residents by creating segregated dining rooms for independent living residents versus those in higher levels of care. The $350,000 settlement and $40,000 penalty, if approved by the court, would bring […]