Hotel Today, Senior Housing Tomorrow

July 28, 2020


Breathing new life into old spaces can be a refreshing challenge for architects, designers and developers. While senior housing developers often prefer new construction , as it allows them to customize each community to the needs of its residents, they also have found the right adaptive reuse project can result in a beautiful, eye-catching property that stand s out in its respective market. Citing examples from several Taylor Johnson clients, we reached out to Seniors Housing Business when we learned editors were looking to highlight adaptive reuse success stories in an upcoming issue. The resulting cover story featured several TJ client projects, including: Regency Palms, a KTGY Architecture + Planning -designed community that repurposed a 1920s office building; Aurora St. Charles Senior Living and Ravenswood Senior Living, a pair of hospital-to-senior housing conversions developed by Evergreen Real Estate Group ; and The Grand at Twin Lakes, a former hotel F&F Realty, Ltd. , transformed into modern senior residences.

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Clockwise from upper left: Regency Palms, Ravenswood Senior Living, Aurora St. Charles Senior Living and The Grand at Twin Lakes.


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