Developer, Senior Living Operator to Convert Hotel for Workforce Housing 

A developer and a senior living company are working together to create a place to live for essential workers by buying a hotel and converting it into studio apartments. While hotel conversions are a trend in senior living, development company K2 Developers and senior living operator Moorings Park Communities are betting hotels can be a […]

Senior Living Pivots to Wellness: Inside the Efforts of SRG, Moorings Park

The senior living industry has been adapting wellness-based practices in its operational model for years, from design trends to customized programming and activities to increase resident engagement. But pivoting to wellness is not a simple process, and involves — among other elements — engaging multiple stakeholders, transforming physical spaces, and integrating technology. That’s according to […]

Movers & Shakers: American House Creates Hospitality Role; Pegasus Appoints Sales and Marketing VP

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Wellness 2.0: Life Plan Communities Customize Programs to Boost Engagement

The wellness trend has taken the senior living industry by storm — but simply encouraging more healthy habits or offering one-size-fits-all wellness programs may not work. Residents carry with them certain innate behavioral traits and personalities that may affect their overall health and wellness outcomes, suggesting that providers need to think about catering their offerings […]

3 Innovative Senior Housing Projects That Hold Lessons For Nonprofits

Nonprofit senior living providers have historically driven innovation in the field, but there is some concern that they are being eclipsed in this regard by for-profit competitors that are controlling more market share, can bring capital to bear more quickly and have a higher risk tolerance.  The differences between nonprofits and for-profits may not be […]

Senior Living Nonprofits Quietly Collaborate In Under-the-Radar Group

Non-profit senior living providers across the U.S. have in recent years looked to mergers and affiliations as a way to gain scale and thrive in the face of industry headwinds. But some of these arrangements also come with a price: In order to join forces, at least one party needs to give up some degree […]