Housing

Q&A: What to Know Before You Build or Renovate

Planning to renovate, expand or build a new facility? Read this first.

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Community task force tries to bring long-term care options back to San Juan Island

The task force is asking for donations and looking for passionate people who have shared their concerns about the lack of long-term care options in the county and are ready to make a new vision of health care a reality.

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Some baby boomers call for luxury CCRCs

Fountaingrove Lodge is a not a resort — it is a retirement community, part of a new breed of luxury supportive senior housing. 

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Bonds approved for $135 million dollar Georgia retirement community

Berry broke ground on the 170-unit community earlier this month and the first units are expected to be built and ready in 2020.

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The delay in senior housing sales

Investor interest in senior housing remains strong and will continue for the foreseeable future, but the marketing period for assets has grown longer. 

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ProMedica’s billion-plus debt offering aims to expand hospitals, facilities

ProMedica is one of the nation’s biggest integrated healthcare systems with 13 hospitals in two states, 900 physicians, a large health insurance arm and now — following the ManorCare acquisition — skilled nursing homes and senior-care operations in 30 states.

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The use of adaptive reuse in senior housing

With the senior population and demand for senior housing guaranteed to grow over the next 20 years, yesterday’s offices, hotels, schools and commercial buildings can be repurposed into the senior housing of tomorrow. 

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Tryko Partners LLC picks up New Providence SNF

Tryko Partners LLC has acquired 106-bed ManorCare Health Services-New Providence, adding it to its New Jersey skilled nursing portfolio, it announced Tuesday.

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Skilled nursing occupancy hits new record low

Back in March, NIC reported a record-low occupancy figure of 81.6% for the first quarter of 2018; the data generally cannot be compared release to release due to changes in the exact groupings of facilities that submit data to NIC.

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Two years after closing, Virginia nursing home reopens as assisted living center

The Region Ten Community Services Board, which provides behavioral health and developmental services throughout Central Virginia, recently turned the health and rehab facility into the Town Creek Assisted Living Center.

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