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Senior living owners, operators reassess CapEx priorities for 2021, beyond

March 19, 2021 Article 8 min read
Authors:
Dana Wollschlager Plante Moran Living Forward
It’s time to reassess your CapEx priorities. Senior living development expert Dana Wollschlager discusses how owners and operators can turn the pandemic into an opportunity to review CapEx priorities and develop new strategies in this Senior Housing News interview.
Team of senior living development consultants and senior living architects reviewing development drawings at a table

Pre-pandemic buildings issues have only been exacerbated by the pandemic, making capital expenditure (CapEx) investment even more crucial and opening a window for owners and operators to reassess their CapEx priorities with a comprehensive facility assessment. In fact, the pandemic may actually be creating opportunities for them to think about new designs and features that address the most important issues for residents.

In a recent Senior Housing News interview, senior living development expert Dana Wollschlager shares insight on how owners and operators can turn the pandemic into an opportunity to reevaluate their CapEx priorities and develop new strategies to benefit and enhance the resident’s experience and safety.

Read the full interview at Senior Housing News.

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