Archive for August, 2015

Video: 10 Insights From The Greystone Event 2015

One of the best aspects of The Greystone Event is the impressive and diverse group of speakers who volunteer their time to discuss the senior living industry. This year’s group of speakers included CEOs of multi-site organizations, bankers who work in the capital markets, architects, actuaries, attorneys — and even […]

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Edgewood Summit Celebrates 20 Years of Service

In the early 1990s, residents in Charleston had to look outside of West Virginia when searching for an independent or assisted living community — those services simply didn’t exist in the Mountaineer State. The Arthur B. Hodges Center, a local nursing home, wanted to change that. The Center’s leadership engaged Greystone […]

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Bond Financing Sparks Growth at Gulf Coast Village

Gulf Coast Village has faithfully served Floridians with high-quality continuing care services since 1989. Today, Gulf Coast Village is expanding so that it may update its community and create space to serve more seniors. Sponsored by Volunteers of America, Gulf Coast Village is located on a 36-acre campus in Cape […]

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Big, Small, Strong, Brave: The Strategy Behind RiverWoods’ Mission

Non-profit senior living communities exist for one reason: mission. These missions are often summarized in a statement, edited down to a sentence or two and printed on community collateral or posted onto community websites. But how do senior living missions come to life? Justine Vogel is president and CEO of […]

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Financing Paves Way for Expansion at The Buckingham

Proceeds from a $109.38 million bond financing closed this month will allow The Buckingham, Houston’s premier continuing care retirement community, to serve more residents and further its non-profit mission. Since first opening in May 2005, The Buckingham has served the Houston area with high-quality continuing care services. This Senior Quality […]

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