Pathway to Living Finds Robust Demand for Affordable Victory Centre Properties

Pathway to Living is finding success providing affordable senior housing on Chicago’s South Side. The Chicago-based provider’s Victory Centre of South Chicago, in the city’s South Shore neighborhood, offers 112 studio apartments and provides supportive living services for residents, Pathway to Living Regional Director of Sales Kimberly Bevan told Senior Housing News during a recent […]

In the Pipeline: New Perspective Development in Wisconsin; Inspir Carnegie Hill Tops Out

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 New Perspective to Develop Wisconsin Community New Perspective Senior Living is set to start […]

Real Estate Firm Waterton Acquires Controlling Stake in Pathway to Living

Waterton, a Chicago-based commercial real estate investor and operator, has bought a controlling interest in senior living developer and provider Pathway to Living. Also based in Chicago, Pathway’s portfolio consists of 32 properties across the Midwest, totaling 2,900 units. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The deal deepens the relationship between two firms, […]

Transactions & Financings: Ziegler Takes Lead on Locust Point Fund, NHI’s $300M Loan

Ziegler Is Anchor Investor In Locust Point Private Credit Fund Ziegler announced it was an anchor investor in Locust Point Capital’s debut private fund, which closed earlier this month oversubscribed at $312 million. Ziegler and Locust Point have a relationship dating back to the mid-1990s, Managing Director and co-head of Ziegler’s Proprietary Senior Living Practice Don […]

Wall Street Journal: Aging Boomers Divided on Being Called ‘Perennials’

Some aging baby boomers are rejecting the term “senior citizen,” but potential replacements like “perennial” are not yet gaining widespread traction. Other potential new terms, such as “vintage” and “golden ager,” also aren’t catching on widely, according to an article published Thursday in The Wall Street Journal. Observing that some boomers do not respond well […]

Dished: Senior Living Providers Feed a Growing Appetite for Farm-Fresh Fare

The senior living industry is increasingly looking to local farms to help feed residents, and while the practice isn’t always cheaper, many providers agree it is the wave of the future. Chicago-based senior living provider Pathway to Living launched a farm-to-table dining program in May to bring fresh produce to its residents. Similarly, Vero Beach, Florida-based […]