In late March, Greystone welcomed more than 70 residents, executive directors and other senior living professionals to its Fourth Annual Management Symposium. Held at SQLC’s The Stayton at Museum Way in Fort Worth, Texas, this meeting focused on three main topics: embracing change, preparing for the future, and building better lives for seniors. At Greystone, we believe that these three areas are key to creating dynamic communities poised to succeed today and for years to come.
To see highlights from this year’s Symposium, click the video player below.
Crestview Retirement Community has been recognized in the Assisted Living section of the Environments for Aging Spring 2012 Showcase. The one-page feature on Crestview describes the community’s history in Texas’ Bryan-College Station area, the newly completed health center (encompassing assisted
living, memory support and skilled nursing) and the independent living community currently under construction.
Crestview is sponsored by Methodist Retirement Communities. Greystone is serving as the project’s development consultant. Click here to learn more about Crestview.
The Terraces at Los Altos in California’s Silicon Valley hosted a groundbreaking ceremony last week, officially kicking off the first phase of a redevelopment effort. The community, formerly known as Pilgrim Haven, will add new skilled nursing and memory care units plus related commons areas in this first phase. Future phases of redevelopment will include new assisted living and independent living units. The entire project is expected to reach completion in 2015.
The Terraces at Los Altos is sponsored by American Baptist Homes of the West. Greystone is serving as development consultant.
See images from the groundbreaking in the gallery below.