Seniors Housing Business

AUG-SEP 2015

Seniors Housing Business is the magazine that helps you navigate the evolution of the seniors housing industry.

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4 Seniors Housing Business n August-September 2015 In this issue Vol. 4, No. 4 August / September 2015 Developers incorporate elements of single-family homes into their market-rate and affordable product design to attract residents. About the cover Azulon at Mesa Verde, the upscale age-restricted apartment project in Costa Mesa, Calif., was fully leased in less than 10 months. Amenities include an outdoor pool and garden. Cover story Version 2.0 of senior apartments emerges 32 Editor's Letter 6 Operational risk is at the core of the matter. Finance 8 Greystone provides $58.3 mil- lion refnance for community. Stock Snapshot 10 Capital Corner 14 Berkadia Commercial Mortgage doubles lending volume in just two years. Development 15 Omega, Maplewood to develop $246 million luxury community in Manhattan. Acquisitions 20 New Senior completes $640 million acquisition. People 25 NHI CEO resigns to join HCP. News analysis 29 Challenge to shortened union procedures falls in court. Data trends 30 Brian Robinsonon on fnance Housing Baby Boomers will require fresh ideas. 84 Karla Jackson on employment When handled well, internships help employees and you. 82 n Finance Why bridge-to-HUD loans are so popular 56 n The SHB Interview Susan Givens, CEO, New Senior Investment Group 66 n Company profle AdCare moves to become a skilled nursing REIT 60 n Broker Q&A Top dealmakers discuss record-breaking sales 75 Remote patient monitoring devices save lives 62 n Technology n Investment Flush with cash, private equity seeks higher yields 38 n Development University-based projects make a comeback 44 n Marketing Branding is about more than just look and feel 50 BIRMINGHAM | BOSTON | LOS ANGELES | SARASOTA | TORONTO Valuation Consulting Litigation Support Feasibility Tax Appeal Transaction Support | 941.363.7500 Precise values from a perspective only experience can provide. See what you've been missing. H E A L T H T R U S T Aging-in-place concept raises many questions 72 n Operations Sean Fowler on construction Modular construction reduces costs and shortens timelines. 80 What's on Joe Jasmon's mind? Our industry must push the boundaries of technology. 86

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