Monthly Archives: May 2018

Lifespace, SQLC affiliation would result in fifth-largest not-for-profit senior living organization – McKnight’s Senior Living


McKnight’s Senior Living
Lifespace, SQLC affiliation would result in fifth-largest not-for-profit senior living organization
McKnight’s Senior Living
West Des Moines, IA-based Lifespace Communities and Addison, TX-based Senior Quality Lifestyles Corp. have signed a nonbinding letter of intent as they explore the possibility of affiliating, the two organizations announced Wednesday. A merged company …

Cohousing: The new Bay Area trend in senior living – The Mercury News


The Mercury News
Cohousing: The new Bay Area trend in senior living
The Mercury News
The skyrocketing cost of Bay Area housing almost forced Marietta Borgel to leave San Jose, the place she's called home for six decades. Then she discovered home-sharing and, for the first time in her 75 years, Borgel moved in with a roommate. Life in a …

Confluent Senior Living Completes Sale of Fort Collins Senior Living Community – North Forty News

Confluent Senior Living Completes Sale of Fort Collins Senior Living Community
North Forty News
Kayne Anderson Real Estate acquires MorningStar of Fort Collins. DENVER – Confluent Senior Living, a subsidiary of Denver-based real estate investment and development firm, Confluent Development, is pleased to announce the sale of its MorningStar of …

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Older Americans Month ideal time to discuss senior living options – Poughkeepsie Journal

Older Americans Month ideal time to discuss senior living options
Poughkeepsie Journal
Both for-profit and non-profit independent living communities generally accept residents who can cover the facility's costs for a set period of time. Medicare contributes to costs associated with doctor's visits, medical treatments and prescriptions

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