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Weekly Update: CCRCs Gain Luster, Stale Design Trends

                       
                       
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Think small.

The famous advertising slogan for the Volkswagen Beetle might now be a fitting mantra for senior living. A number of our most popular stories of the past week focused on design, and one theme is that more intimate spaces are on trend, such as cozy dens and private nursing/post-acute care rooms.

Wellness spaces also are being reinvented, as proven by a recently formed JV in the space. And at least one architect expects a shift to smaller wellness spaces and more individualized programming. 

Of course, smaller isn’t always better. A sizeable project in Pennsylvania took home 2017 Senior Housing News Architecture and Design Award for independent living. Whatever their home-state team does on the field Sunday, Eagles fans at this CCRC can take pride in their community's trophy.

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Tim Mullaney, Editor

CCRCs Gain Luster
 

Skilled nursing isn’t dying, but the standalone skilled nursing facility — or SNF — just might be. And that could be good news for the future of continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs).

 

Providers might want to reconsider if they think that having a bistro will set them apart, and they should be wary about memory care “villages” with fake storefronts.

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CEO of Juniper Communities
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When Willow Valley Communities finished work on a sizable independent living project last summer, one amenity stood far above the rest—literally.

 

There’s been some disagreement as to whether empty big box stores could eventually house health care providers. Still, despite mixed opinions, this is already starting to occur—and with some success.

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