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Webinar: Seniors Housing Development Pushes Forward
September 9, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Despite a challenging last six months, there is still a good amount of seniors housing development — including new active adult, independent, assisted living and CCRC projects — taking place around the country.
In some cases, ground-up construction was already in motion through financing secured prior to the pandemic. In other instances, operators with access to capital have found today’s market disruption has presented an opportunity for greenfield growth — a chance to cherry pick sites that would have been ultra-competitive six months ago and to open new facilities in 18 to 24 months when, hopefully, the coronavirus will be behind us.
What hasn’t changed: favorable industry and baby boomer demographics that prompted 20,000 new seniors housing units to be added between 2016 and 2019.
Hear from a panel of leading seniors housing operators about upcoming projects and the development market during a complimentary webinar — Seniors Housing Development Pushes Forward: Hear From Operators with Projects and Pipelines in Place — on September 9th at 2:00 PM EDT.
This webinar will discuss what kinds of new ground-up seniors housing development is happening, and how the new product will be filled – occupancy and new resident conversion strategies.
Panelists will include Bryan Schachter, Watermark Retirement Communities; Charlie Jennings, Harbor Retirement Associates; Rob Leinbach, Cadence Living; Matt Johnson, McFarlin Group; Robert Burg, Moves For Seniors; and moderator Richard Swartz, Cushman & Wakefield.
This complimentary webinar is sponsored by Moves For Seniors, a leader in moving and downsizing-related solutions for the seniorshousing industry.
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