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Why a Big Year for Operator Consolidation Could Spur Senior Living Innovation

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One of the 10 most-read stories on Senior Housing News last year was our coverage of the Cogir and Cadence merger, announced in November. In 2023, expect more deals of this type — and larger ones — to reshape the senior living operator landscape.

That’s because operators are straining under cost pressures after nearly three years of Covid-19, and seeking efficiencies of scale. Loan defaults and loan maturity dilemmas also will create M&A opportunities that growth-minded operators with access to the right equity capital can seize in the next year.

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