The senior housing and care sector is constantly evolving, but fresh industry, economic, and societal pressures force owners and operators to be nimbler than ever to thrive. On July 13, NIC hosted its final Leadership Huddle of 2022 – Chris Taylor, managing director of Capital One Healthcare Real Estate led the conversation between senior living experts Cindy Baier, CEO of Brookdale Living, and Kimberly Lody, CEO of Sonida Senior Living, to explore how leaders can navigate change and utilize it to improve their organizations.
“It’s a very exciting time in the senior housing industry, as the sector continues to mature and product offerings become increasingly differentiated,” said Beth Mace, chief economist and director of outreach at NIC, kicking off the third Leadership Huddle of 2022.
NIC’s 2022 Leadership Huddle series continued May 25 with a deep dive into real estate market trends and an outlook on economic forces. Beth Mace, chief economist and director of outreach at NIC, was joined by Mike Acton, managing director of AEW Capital Management, and Mary Ludgin, head of Global Investment Research at Heitman, to discuss navigating federal monetary policy shifts, investment strategies amid record inflation, and opportunities in senior housing segmentation.
NIC Leadership Huddles returned on May 11 with a timely focus on the state of senior housing and skilled nursing and the path to recovery. Beth Mace, chief economist and director of outreach at NIC, Brian Beckwith, chief executive officer of Arcus Healthcare Partners, and Craig D. Hanson, chief executive officer of Omega Senior Living, shared insights on potential regulatory changes, market activity, and ongoing workforce and occupancy challenges that continue to impact owners, operators, and investors. Join the Next Complimentary NIC Leadership Huddle Prominent Real Estate Research Directors Discuss Market Trends and the Economic Outlook May 25, 2022 at 1:00 PM ET