Greystone featured in national design publication

Greystone has been featured in the Winter 2014 issue of the DDC Journal (Design Develop Construct). The article chronicles the Terraces at Bonita Springs and the Barrington of Carmel – communities renowned for their architecture.

Senior VP of Development Dave McDowell spoke to DDC Journal about Greystone’s approach, client mix and these communities. Download a PDF of the story.

DDC Journal provides important perspectives on all aspects of development. With an audience of 30,000 targeted readers, DDC Journal covers major market segments including commercial, industrial, office, mixed-use, government, health care, education, retail and residential.


Greystone makes list of Top 50 operators

Greystone is the 25th largest senior housing operator in the U.S., according to the latest American Seniors Housing Association (ASHA) ranking. The ASHA 50 Owners and Managers is the definitive annual ranking of the nation’s 50 largest owners and operators of market-rate senior housing.

With more than 4,250 units, Greystone is in the top half of the 2014 list. Greystone moved up 9 spots from #34 in the 2013 rankings.


Greystone communities receive award nominations

The Barrington of Carmel and the Terraces of San Joaquin Gardens are among a select group of eight CCRC nominees for the 2nd annual Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards. Judged by a panel of industry professionals, the Senior Housing News Design and Architecture Awards recognize cutting-edge design, excellence and innovation in senior living.

The Barrington is based in Carmel, Ind. and sponsored by Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC). AG Architecture was the architect for the community, which was developed by Greystone.

The Terraces of San Joaquin Gardens serves Fresno, Calif. The community is sponsored by American Baptist Homes of the West (ABHOW) and was developed by Greystone. Douglas Pancake & Associates was the project architect.

Barrington San Joaquin Gardens

These finalists were chosen from an expansive group of communities nationwide that submitted their projects for consideration. From the Senior Housing News press release:

Projects will be judged by a panel of industry experts who will evaluate nominees based on design and aesthetic criteria. Not only will judges analyze design elements such as color, light and landscape architecture, but they will also consider community functionality by analyzing key features that are critical to property type, such as universal design techniques. Winners will be announced December 17.

This year’s judges bring a wealth of experience in senior housing design, architecture and consulting. The panel includes:

  • Jeff Anderzhon, FAIA, Senior Planning/Design Architect at Eppstein Uhen Architects

  • Elisabeth Borden, Principal at The Highland Group

  • Dan Cinelli, FAIA, Managing Principal at Perkins Eastman

  • David Dillard, FAIA, Principal at D2 Architecture

  • Gene R. Guszkowski, AIA, Senior Principal at AG Architecture

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