DENVER — Cappella Living Solutions, a Denver-based operator, has assumed management of 12 senior living properties across Texas, Colorado and the Midwest. The operational switch serves three separate ownership groups, and the communities serve more than 800 seniors.
Seven of the properties are Villagio communities in Carrollton, Texas; Plano, Texas; McKinney, Texas; Kerrville, Texas; Edmond, Okla.; Oklahoma City; and Broomfield, Colo. The boutique-style communities offer a mix of independent living, assisted living and memory care.
Four communities owned by NexCore LLC in Indiana and Ohio also transitioned to Cappella management, including Walnut Crossing in Marysville, Ohio; Heritage Crossing in Akron, Ohio; Sugar Fork Crossing in Anderson, Ind.; and Demaree Crossing in Greenwood, Ind. Each community offers assisted living and memory care services and were built within the last two years.
Lastly, Cappella took over operations of Legacy Commons in Pueblo West, Colo., for REIT National Health Investors.
Cappella is the management and consulting division of Denver-based Christian Living Communities. The company now manages 26 communities (including five it owns) across seven states.