When it comes to designing for sustainability, the design elements for senior living residences are in many ways similar to other building types, yet senior living residences are unique in several ways.
Do "green" and sustainable mean the same thing? Yes and no.
Twenty-five Brookdale Senior Living communities have earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star certification, the Brentwood, TN-based company announced Wednesday.
Interested in sustainability efforts that could save your company money? Here are steps you can take now and in the future.
The scope for the use of "smart home" technologies in independent and assisted living communities is a real game-changer.
Real estate investment trust Ventas has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index for the first time and has been ranked the top healthcare REIT by GRESB in its assessment of real estate environment, social and governance factors.
Brookdale Senior Living continued to make strides toward reaching its sustainability-related goals in 2016, reducing energy use by 2.42% in the communities it owns or operates compared with 2015, the company said in a report released Monday.
Brookdale on Tuesday released the first of what it says will be annual reports on its progress in making a positive impact on people, places and performance.
Senior living communities can recognize the role the built environment plays in resident health, well-being and quality of life by applying biophilic design principles throughout the process of building or renovation projects, according to a new white paper.
The Masonic Village at Burlington recently completed an $8.9 million makeover that positions the 120-year-old facility "one of the most sustainable, energy-efficient and resilient senior living communities in the country," according to someone involved with the project.
Goats recently helped Willamette View clean up its grounds in a sustainable way. Read on to learn more and find out how to submit your photo!
When it comes to acquiring furniture and furnishings, senior living communities need to get value without breaking their budgets.
It's clear the "green" movement has planted it roots and proven to be more than a fad in fashion, living and housing.
Advancements in lighting are among the most recent and most promising innovations to assure a better quality of life in assisted living and nursing facilities for seniors.
It's news to no one that construction for senior living is strong, in no small part because large investment dollars are flowing into the space.