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Capital Senior Living's Five-Year Plan, Five Star 'Problem Properties'

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November 7, 2016

The Numbers Driving Capital Senior Living's Five-Year Plan

Larry Cohen, CEO of Capital Senior Living: "I think this business will explode in five years, when you look at the demographic that’s coming. You look at the 85-and-older population, and you see births 85 years ago start to increase, and in five years it’s going up 4% a year. All this concern about supply will probably be very quiet, because even though it sounds like construction starts are starting to fall, demand will continue to grow"…Read More »

SNH CEO: Five Star Could Close, Sell 'Problem Properties'

Five Star Senior Living (Nasdaq: FVE) may want to consider selling or closing some of the struggling communities that it owns, according to David Hegarty, CEO of Senior Housing Properties Trust (Nasdaq: SNH). A Newton, Massachusetts-based real estate investment trust (REIT), SNH owns 184 Five Star …Read More »

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Editor’s Picks: Brookdale’s Bad News, Squirrel Attack

Here in Chicago, we continue to rejoice over the Cubs’ World Series victory (!) Wednesday night. But it’s also been quite an exciting week in the world of senior housing. HCP announced it will sell a Brookdale portfolio for over a billion dollars, Welltower is …Read More »

Wave of New Supply Hits Senior Living Hard

Long-standing fears of oversupply are coming to a head for some of the nation’s largest senior living providers, raising questions about which markets and types of properties are most affected. Those impacted by new competitors are facing occupancy and pricing pressures, with some senior living …Read More »

How Five Star is Trying to Make Up for Lower Occupancy

Facing occupancy challenges, Five Star Senior Living (Nasdaq: FVE) is undertaking initiatives to drive revenue. These include expanding wellness and rehabilitation programs and decreasing the company’s reliance on third-party referral sources that charge fees, Five Star executives said Thursday in a call with analysts. “The …Read More »

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