Dec 29, 2017
The maturing seniors housing industry is facing a variety of challenges in operations, infrastructure, technology and staffing that need to be addressed.
Seniors housing occupancy remained unchanged at 88.8 percent, but same-property rent growth decelerated.
Depending on the outcome of the debate over tax reform, senior housing assets could become more attractive to some non-REIT players.
Kayne Anderson is the third developer to try its hand at high-end New York senior living, a niche of development aimed at serving an expected boom of well-heeled elderly.
Here are some takeaways from Thursday’s sessions.
Here are some takeaways from Wednesday’s conference sessions.
The overall occupancy rate for seniors housing for the nation’s largest 31 metropolitan areas was 88.8 percent in the second quarter, down 50 basis points from the first quarter.
The company would like to appoint an independent receiver for the skilled nursing and assisted living facilities portfolio.