CCRC

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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NYC approves its first CCRC

In 2016, however, Mayor de Blasio’s administration approved some technical changes to the zoning law which would facilitate the creation of a diverse needs community in residential neighborhoods.

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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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New Jersey retirement community improves lives with smart technology

The decision to incorporate progressive technology into an already robust wellness program is the result of an ongoing commitment to make physical health a priority of community life.

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CCRCs expected to experience big boom with incoming baby boomers

Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) are poised to attract a wide swath of older adults over the next decade, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be challenges or changes to the business model along the way.

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Edgehill receives national quality award for skilled nursing care

Edgehill is one of three continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) under the umbrella of Benchmark, a provider of senior living services in the Northeast. 

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Nonprofit CCRC commits funds to begin new institute on aging

A nonprofit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) is hoping to soon provide services to the approximately 60,000 local seniors who live outside of its walls, through a new Institute on Aging.

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Artis to branch out with new community near Chicago

Artis is owned by the Bainum family, which got into the nursing home business in 1959. 

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Decline expected in CCRC skilled nursing presence

The median number of skilled nursing units in continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) has remained steady over the last five years, but a decline is coming as developers continue cut SNFs out of the equation.

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New TV show highlights CCRC in attempt to change perceptions on aging

The show’s plot follows a retired music industry executive trying to stay positive in his twilight years.

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