As COVID Reveals Fatal Flaws in Nursing Home Design, Industry Vet Levin Sees Opportunity in Renovations

Of all the systemic flaws that led to the still-unfolding disaster in American nursing homes, the design of the buildings themselves stands among the most plainly visible. Shared rooms where residents live up to four abreast, with double occupancy still the norm in most facilities. Communal bathrooms where, in addition to suffering the indignity of […]

Five Years in the Making, Thrive Sees Post-COVID Upside in Three New Skilled Nursing Facilities

Developing new post-acute and long-term care infrastructure during normal times isn’t always easy — in fact, for one Illinois company, the phased opening of three new skilled nursing facilities this year represented the culmination of more than five years of work. But as COVID-19 continues to reveal the fatal shortcomings of outdated nursing home design, […]

Greystone Closes $43.9M Portfolio Deal; Tryko Picks Up 200-Bed SNF from Receivership for $14.5M

Greystone this week announced the closure of $43.9 million in Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-backed financing for three affiliated skilled nursing facilities operated by Centers for Care. The three properties in upstate New York — the Ontario Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Canandaigua, the Steuben Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Bath, […]