Tag: National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry

Senior Housing: As Occupancy Improves, Senior Housing Costs Expected to Rise

Posted 12.08.2010 | Categories: Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

by Angela Stringfellow for Seniorhomes.com The economy is in recovery, according to some, and along with improved economic conditions, senior housing occupancy rates have leveled off. Currently, the average is 87.7 percent among the top 31 top market areas in the U.S., according to the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry […]

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Senior housing complex is going up in Kirkwood

Senior housing complex is going up in Kirkwood

Posted 02.23.2010 | Categories: Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

Demolition is imminent at the closed St. Joseph Hospital, which will be replaced by a $179 million senior-living complex. The project, called Aberdeen Heights, will have 243 apartments on what had been the hospital’s 18-acre site. Some apartments are scheduled to be ready by September 2011.

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Senior Housing: Standing Out from a Crowd – Seniors Housing Occupancy and Absorption Rise in the Third Quarter

Posted 12.16.2009 | Categories: Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

Notwithstanding a resumption of growth in sundry measures of economic activity, multifamily and commercial real estate fundamentals continue their slide across the swath of US metropolitan areas. Real Estate Econometrics projects that national occupancy rates will only stabilize in late 2010 and 2011, first in the apartment and industrial sectors; later, at office and retail […]

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Senior Housing: Tomorrow’s Senior Facilities Will Look Vastly Different

Senior Housing: Tomorrow’s Senior Facilities Will Look Vastly Different

Posted 10.06.2009 | Categories: Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

NEW YORK CITY-Traditionally considered a recession-proof sector, the seniors housing market is starting to become a bit strained under the weight of the downturn. On the performance side, vacancy rates are going up, while the tough conditions have forced developers to sideline or stall projects. As with most other commercial real estate sectors, the lack […]

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