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Mixed-use developments come in all shapes and sizes and offer unique opportunities for senior living developers and residents alike. In this month’s roundup, we take a look at some leading-edge trends for mixed-use communities and some of the opportunities and challenges that investors and developers face when undertaking such a project.
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When we were younger, we asked “Why is the sky blue?” While the answer is scientific and quite complicated, it’s not far from the same mentality and approach we must take to blue sky marketing in active adult and senior living communities. But in marketing, it’s less about molecules, light and reflections, and more around […]
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Facebook is the “it” child for reaching your highly selected target audience with a low ROI. And if it isn’t, well, frankly put, it should be. Recently, though, Facebook has gone through some growing pains due to the ways of obtaining sensitive information and has made changes to how advertisers can target users. Detailed Facebook […]
Last week, I attended the LeadingAge PA annual conference in Hershey, and it was easy to see that attendees were living this year’s theme, Life on Purpose. The show opened with Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina discussing innovative and strategic leadership. This discussion about innovative solutions to daily issues was a theme that was discussed throughout […]