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As Hotel Projects Hit Roadblocks, Senior Living Adaptive Reuse Gets More Creative

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Recently, we caught wind of a developer’s plan to create new senior living communities at two former shopping malls in the Chicago area, and our story generated high interest among readers.

No doubt, the challenges of 2023 are leading investors and developers to turn over every stone and consider more creative ways to build, in anticipation of future demand. Shopping malls, former health care offices, and even mortuaries have all become targets for senior housing development and growth plans in 2023.

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