The retirement community in Matthews, N.C., is adding new villas, apartments, and expanding parking.
The report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University also looks into the state of housing for younger baby boomers.
A roundup of personnel change announcements, updates, new products, and vendor news in the senior housing industry.
The $7.5 million project is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2015 and will expand services for the memory care community.
The new senior living project will be built in two phases and will offer memory care, assisted living, and more for the residents.
Spellman Brady & Co. freshens up a drab commons space to expand its usability for residents.
The 70,000-square foot project will include a two-story healthcare center offering short term, long term, and hospice care.
Seniors are hungry for change when it comes to their dining venues and that’s leading some owners and design teams to adapt their community layouts and design approaches.
The $18.5 million project will begin construction in May 2015 and will include a community center as well as a new long-term care facility.
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