Seniors Housing Business

AUG-SEP 2018

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

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In this issue 4 www.seniorshousingbusiness.com Seniors Housing Business n August-September 2018 Residents are older and frailer, and providers are responding with a different kind of product. Also: Is assisted living a medical or social housing model? About the cover The design of 810 Pine Street, Long Beach, California, includes outdoor amenities on the rooftop because the assisted living project is situated on a small infill site. KTGY is the architect. n Cover story Assisted living evolves along with residents 30 Editor's Letter 6 Have we come full circle? Finance 8 Capital One provides $47.2 million refinancing for three skilled nursing facilities in Massachusetts. Stock Snapshot 10 Capital Corner 12 Banks adjust to changing market conditions. Acquisitions 14 LCS Acquires 299-Unit CCRC in New Jersey Development 14 Big Rock, Kiawah Partners to develop $125 million community near Charleston, South Carolina. Question of the Month 16 To what extent have increased materials costs and new tariffs changed your approach to development? n Development Industry Reinvents Luxury Housing 34 From butlers to spas, operators put more emphasis on service and food. For years we've helped investors, lenders, operators and developers make informed investment decisions in the healthcare and seniors housing industries. How can we help you? Valuation | Consulting | Litigation | Feasibility | Tax | Transaction Support BIRMINGHAM | BOSTON | DENVER | LOS ANGELES | SARASOTA healthtrust.com | 941.363.7500 WE KNOW YOUR MARKET Do You? H E A L T H T R U S T n Development Occupancy hits a new low 22 Strong absorption isn't enough to outrun the feverish development. n Company Profile HHHunt leverages history, diversification 64 Veteran developer brings variety of experience to senior living. n Operations More service, please 38 Providers seek the best way to offer ancillary services. Getting What You Want on a Budget Is Possible By Chad Ulman 74 Green Communities Have a Long History in Industry By Rudy Trebels 76 A Case for Reconsidering Social Media Strategies By Alexis Krisay 78 Diversity, Affordability Go Hand in Hand By Jess Stonefield 72 n The SHB Interview Joel Nelson, president and CEO, LCS 68 Nelson takes the reins at one of the industry's biggest owner-operators. n Investment Private equity flexes its muscles 44 Funds reshape the business of buying and building seniors housing. n Design Aging with style 50 Interior designers create environments to support a resident's family. n Technology Startups capitalize on graying of America 54 Entrepreneurs seek to improve the lives of seniors and assist caregivers. n Broker Insights Labor, overdevelopment challenge industry 58 Dealmakers weigh in on the top issues for 2018 and beyond.

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