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Belmont Village, Greystar Replace Outdated Senior Living Model to Draw New Generation

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“Plainly put, I think the industry to a large degree has built itself over the last 20 years on a model that today’s customer doesn’t want anymore,” Belmont Village CEO Patricia Will told me this week. 

Belmont Village and partner Greystar are trying to solve this problem by creating a new model, which they unveiled last week when they cut the ribbon on their first co-development — a 17-story community located in La Jolla, California.

In this week’s exclusive, members-only SHN+ update, I analyze how this community shakes up up conventional senior living design and exemplifies several trends shaping the future of the industry, including:

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