For CCRCs, the Future is ‘Grow or Die’

CCRCs are looking to grow now more than ever — but they aren’t looking anything like their decades-old counterparts. Some are still breaking ground or building additional units onto their existing campuses, but many more are looking to new, alternative ways to grow more efficiently and cost-effectively. Satellite communities and partnerships are two of the […]

Cluster-Model, Open Spaces Top List for Memory Care Design

Reimagining landscape and living spaces are crucial when designing dementia care facilities to not only meet residents’ needs, but better serve their emotional and socialization behaviors as well, a new report by a leading architecture firm and Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) finds. Perkins Eastman Research Collaborative and AFA teamed up to examine best design practices and […]

In the Pipeline: Senior Housing Construction Projects (4/24/14)

Construction: Planned Kendal at Ithaca Plans $39 Million Expansion and Renovation Project Kendal at Ithaca, a senior living community in New York, recently announced plans for a $39 million expansion that will include renovations to the community’s dining, wellness and fitness programs, among other areas, reports Ithaca.com. The 105-acre campus is currently awaiting final approval […]

The Winners are In: Best of Senior Living Design 2013

Senior Housing News today announced the winners of its first-ever architecture and design competition. A panel of expert judges worked tirelessly to choose the best-of senior living across seven categories. We are pleased to announce the winners and congratulate them on their well-deserved success. The 2013 winners for the best of senior living design are: […]