What the Next Act for WeWork Co-Founder Neumann Means for Senior Housing  

Last week, news broke that entrepreneur Adam Neumann — of WeWork fame, or infamy — now wants to transform residential real estate. And he has $350 million from Andreessen Horowitz backing his venture, dubbed Flow. Details about Flow are sparse, and WeWork’s tailspin made Neumann look more like a pariah than a visionary. Still, I […]

Expansion of Camp Margaritaville RV Parks Should Inspire, Instruct Senior Living Providers

As senior living providers look to the future, I believe they can draw inspiration and lessons from Margaritaville, the company behind Jimmy Buffett-inspired hotels, restaurants and other travel and lifestyle offerings. Most obviously, Latitude Margaritaville projects are redefining active adult living. But last week, the company announced an expansion of Camp Margaritaville RV resorts, and […]

After ‘Existential Crisis,’ Nonprofit SFCJL Creates Byer Square Membership Model

In 2013, the San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living (SFCJL) was facing a dire situation. Reimbursement cuts being contemplated by the state of California posed a serious threat to its skilled nursing-focused business model, and the organization’s leaders recognized that they needed to radically reinvent the nonprofit to safeguard its future and continue to fulfill […]