In the News | March 12, 2019
The Colorado Real Estate Journal featured The Retreat at Sunny Vista and our innovative approaches to community development. The following is an excerpt from that article.
The next-generation senior is more socially and digitally connected, will work later in life and has less financial means for retirement than the preceding generations. They have a higher lifestyle demand for fitness, wellness, culinary options and technology. They want larger living spaces, more services and entertainment options, all in an era when financial means for retirement is in decline.
To support a strategic and successful realignment or remodeling effort existing communities must build to respond to a new set of desires and expectations. Current and future residents want to thrive, to lead an exciting life, to be in vibrant environments, participate in social events and be connected to a healthy culture and lifestyle.
Let’s examine a few strategies for today’s successful repositioning:
Read more… the article goes on to describe many of the innovative approaches to fulfilling the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s older adults.
We own and manage senior living communities alongside our parent company, Christian Living Communities.
"When we moved to Holly Creek we thought about what is visible, such as interiors, apartment layout, dining areas, which are all very nice but after living here for a year we have discovered what is most important is the people that live here and employees, who are all so considerate and kind who are at the HEART of Holly Creek. They make Holly Creek a special place in which to live."