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Top 2017 Trends, Trump Sound Off

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January 23, 2017

The Top 10 Senior Housing Trends for 2017

The new year may have begun on January 1, but in some ways it feels like it only started on Friday, with the inauguration of President Donald Trump. Now, months of speculation will give way to a period of actual activity, and consequences. Not every…Read More »

Senior Housing Construction Costs Keep Surging

Senior housing construction costs continue to increase across the country, as contractors report a widespread labor shortage. In fact, 70% to 80% of contractors report difficulty in finding qualified labor, according to a Jan. 19 construction costs brief prepared by Larry Graeve, senior vice president…Read More »

SPONSORED BY MATHER LIFEWAYS INSTITUTE ON AGING

What does transparency mean to residents in Life Plan Communities? 

Residents of Life Plan Communities today desire greater transparency from management and want to be engaged in key decisions. Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging is bringing transparency challenges into sharper focus with a new study. You can help by participating in a 10-minute online survey. Ultimately, we’ll provide strategies that address residents’ desire for transparency. Participants will receive a complimentary copy of the aggregate report. Access the survey.

Merrill Gardens Residents Sound Off on Trump Health Care Plans

U.S. President Donald J. Trump has officially taken the oath of office, and with that has come increasing uncertainty around many sweeping promises he made on the campaign trail and following the election, particularly in regard to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Residents at one…Read More »

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Editor’s Picks: Top 2017 Senior Living Predictions

As the nation prepared to inaugurate a new president, Senior Housing News brought readers the latest on Brookdale Senior Living (NYSE: BKD)’s rumored takeover negotiations, an in-depth interview with Brookdale alum John Rijos and a slew of predictions from top industry leaders for the year…Read More »

Best Affordable Senior Housing Design 2016: High Style for Today and Tomorrow

Proving that senior living can be innovative even without catering to high-end consumers, one affordable housing in the Denver area is pushing the needle on what affordable housing can be with multiple amenities and contemporary, sustainable design. Cityscape at Belmar is in the walkable urban…Read More »


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