Source: Senior Housing News
America’s aging demographic is ushering in a new style of senior housing community—one that looks remarkably different from those that gained popularity 20 years ago. In fact, in some key respects the industry has done done a 180-degree about-face, and what once was “taboo” now is in demand.
Senior Housing News checked in with some industry experts to learn how the architecture and design of senior housing communities have changed over the past couple of decades, and how they’ll continue to change beyond 2020. Here’s what they had to say, including how the industry has adapted to new consumer demands and is moving toward a more global perspective.