In the Pipeline: Watermark Opens California Community; Experience, Stellar Open Washington CCRC

Construction: Completed Watermark opens latest California luxury community Tucson, Arizona-based Watermark Retirement Communities and the Alliance Residential Company recently announced the grand opening of Watermark Laguna Niguel, a luxury senior living community located in Orange County, California. The community offers assisted living and memory care services, along with Watermark’s signature programming with wellness and luxury-based […]

In the Pipeline: The Virginian Progresses on $67M Renovation; Covenant Living Starts on $66M Makeover

This article is part of your SHN+ subscription In the Pipeline is brought to you by the Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards, an annual competition that recognizes cutting-edge design, excellence, and innovation in senior living. Construction: Planned New affordable project announced in Massachusetts for 2Life Communities 2Life Communities announced an affordable senior living […]

‘A Real Product for the Boomers’: How Operators Are Evolving for Senior Living’s Next Generation

For years, the senior living industry has prepared to meet the needs of the incoming boomers en masse — and yet, the generation’s exact preferences and desires have seemed stubbornly opaque. But a new report released last month by the American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) and conducted by the ProMatura Group offered a clear window […]

Transactions & Financings: Blueprint Helps Sell Anthology’s Lone Utah Community; LCS Expands in Florida

Sales Blueprint Facilitates IL Sale  Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors announced it facilitate the sale of a 75-unit independent living community that will be converted into an assisted living community. The buy is a Columbus, Ohio-based owner-operator that is looking to expand its Medicaid Waiver Program presence in Ohio.  Blueprint Facilitates Par of Deals in […]

How Memory Care Innovations Will Reshape the Senior Living Continuum

The most frequent comment I heard at our inaugural BRAIN conference two weeks ago was: This event was badly needed, because memory care is given scant attention at most industry gatherings. I’ve observed this to be true. At most events, perhaps one or two panels — if that — will be devoted to memory care. […]