Post Tagged with: "independent living"

PMMA Planning New Community for Colorado Springs

The Colorado Springs Gazette reported this week on Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America’s plans for an $80 million, 234-unit senior living community on 26.5 acres in the northwest portion of Colorado Springs. The Kansas-based nonprofit is in the “early stages of planning and financing” the community, whose first phase will include: […]

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The Vineyards Opens at California Armenian Home

California’s Central Valley is now home to one of the most modern, attractive and amenity-laden senior living communities thanks to expansion at California Armenian Home in Fresno. California Armenian Home’s new expansion is called The Vineyards, a $42 million project designed to modernize CAH’s senior living offerings while also completing […]

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RiverWoods Expands Into Another New Hampshire Market

RiverWoods has served the seniors of New Hampshire and surrounding areas since 1994. The organization has strategically expanded through the years, twice adding new communities to its campus in Exeter. Now, RiverWoods is moving beyond its original campus to start a new development in Durham, N.H., about 12 miles from […]

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Baptist Life Communities Finances New Project in Alexandria (Ky.)

Plans will now accelerate into high gear for The Seasons at Alexandria, a new senior living project sponsored by Baptist Life Communities (BLC) and planned for Alexandria, Ky. Ziegler closed this month on the $64.420 million bond financing. The Seasons will replace BLC’s existing Baptist Convalescent Center, located just eight […]

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Nakoma Sky: Coming to Greater Tucson in 2019

La Posada will soon grow its presence in Southern Arizona with the development of Nakoma Sky, a community planned for Oro Valley just north of Tucson. This new community’s budget is expected to be between $90 and $100 million, and it should open in 2019. Nakoma Sky will include 218 […]

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A Moment of Realization: Adult Children and the Holidays

The holidays are a time when families gather. That means adult children may be seeing their parents for the first time in months. This visit could serve as the moment when an adult child realizes his or her parents need assistance with day-to-day living. The discovery that parents are surviving […]

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Catalyst Magazine Features John Knox Village

Catalyst magazine features John Knox Village in its 4th Quarter issue. The story takes a look back at JKV’s history on the CCRC’s 45th anniversary, and it takes a look forward at JKV’s future by describing the ongoing renovation project. Catalyst is a quarterly publication of the Chamber of Commerce of […]

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