Welltower’s Tom DeRosa discusses how the game-changing deal is taking real estate to the next level In July 2018, a groundbreaking partnership provided further evidence of the industry’s quickly changing trajectory.
Health isn’t just determined by eating right, staying fit and getting regular check-ups. Evidence is growing that other factors—the social determinants of health—have a huge impact on well–being and healthcare outcomes.
Mixed–use developments are a well-known concept in commercial real estate. However, incorporating seniors housing into a mixed–use development is somewhat of a new concept that is just starting to gain traction. Senior Housing News defines a mixed-use senior living development as “a senior living community that includes offerings that are open to both residents and members of the surrounding community”1. Mixed–use developments can take the form of a single building, a collection of buildings, or an entire neighborhood and can generally be classified into vertical, horizontal, and master plan communities: