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SHN Weekly: CCRCs Boom, Innovation Center Debuts

A look at this weeks most important stories.
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With Halloween rolling around, we’re happy to offer a treat to Senior Housing News readers: The new version of our weekly email, bringing you the hottest stories from around the industry.

For anyone who craves lists, the last week brought an abudance of goodies. Three new lists came out, all ranking real estate markets on different criteria: the fastest growing rental markets for seniors, the fastest inventory growth in senior housing, and the top prospects for real estate development and investment in 2018.

The news has been spooky good for CCRCs. Economic tailwinds are helping CCRCs around the country fly high. Whether in an urban highrise or on a sprawling campus offering unusually large homes, CCRCs are casting a spell on consumers.


Tim Mullaney, Editor



The senior care industry now has a technology showplace all of its own. The Thrive Center officially opened in Louisville, Kentucky, on October 19.


One non-profit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) operator has quickly sold all of its newly constructed luxury duplexes, attracting a population of younger seniors in the process.

Quote of the Week

“We think the current population of properties is archaic. A lot of the properties with the eight-foot ceilings and the choppy rooms are not what the discerning senior wants today.”

Scott Stewart
Managing Partner, Capitol Seniors Housing


Learn how providers are tapping into consumer demand for new and better senior living options in city centers across the nation.


A few leaders in senior living recently weighed in on top trends shaping the industry, from the growth in ancillary services to the latest hot amenities.


Good times are here for many continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs).

By the Numbers

Senior Housing a Hot Prospect in 2018 

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