The SHB Interview: Kim Lody, CEO, Capital Senior Living

Newly appointed executive says stabilizing portfolio’s occupancy is her No. 1 goal. By Matt Valley In January, Kimberly Lody succeeded Larry Cohen as CEO of Dallas-based Capital Senior Living Corp. (NYSE: CSU), one of the nation’s largest operators of seniors

Too Many Seniors Are Priced Out of Seniors Housing

Development, design strategies can allow for high-quality senior living on a budget. By Russ Garber, Andrew Piletz and Nicole Boyer Ninety-year-old Lee Wachtstatter has been in the news many times over the last few years, as reporters have covered her

Planning is the Difference Between “Go” and “No-Go”

Program development, site assessment among critical elements for project planning. By Frank R. Muraca, ARCH Consultants Site assessment and land due diligence are essential activities in the early stages of the development process. Just as a market demand study is

Question of the Month: Looking to Future Residents

What will the seniors housing resident of 2030 look like? Expect a more active, diverse senior By Brenda Bacon, President & CEO, Brandywine Living They will probably be more diverse, and likely to be listening to the Beach Boys and Marvin Gaye

Affordability, Labor, Tax Laws Impact Seniors Housing

HJ Sims finance veteran tries to get ahead of a shifting financial landscape. By Jeff Shaw A wide variety of factors are affecting the landscape of seniors housing finance, and they come from both within and outside the industry. Factors

Partnerships Offer Many New Marketing Approaches

By welcoming the surrounding community, operators can offer a better amenity package at great value. By Lisa Stover, Presto Real Estate Services With the rapid increase in the number of senior housing communities opening nationwide, it is imperative to find

Diversity, Affordability Go Hand in Hand

By Jess Stonefield As someone involved in seniors housing investment, the issue of affordability is quite important to me. I’m aware, daily, that the communities in which we invest are aimed at private-pay Americans — those who can afford to