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Navigating “the urban opportunity” for senior living development projects

July 17, 2018 Article 2 mins read
Authors:
Dana Wollschlager Plante Moran Living Forward

Plante Moran Living Forward’s Dana Wollschlager and other senior living development experts discuss what it takes to navigate urban senior living development. Read more at Senior Housing News.

Photo of a modern, urban senior living development or apartment at dusk

Senior living developers are showing more interest in large cities, despite the “flaming hoops” many feel they must jump through to break ground in high-barrier-to-entry cities. Cities often offer a plethora of dense, wealthy senior populations, so it’s no surprise why developers might consider taking on the challenge.

In a recent Senior Housing article, Plante Moran Living Forward’s Dana Wollschlager and other senior living development experts discuss what it takes to navigate urban senior living development.

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