Bridge Seniors II consists of planned seniors housing units that will include independent living, assisted living and memory care focused on enhancing resident satisfaction.
Seniors are the most rapidly growing segment of the U.S. population. On average, 900,000 baby boomers per year will turn 75 for the next 15 years. With only 1.52 million seniors housing units available in the U.S., the underlying growth of Americans aged 75+ should significantly outpace current units available. Alzheimer’s and dementia related diseases are growing at near epidemic rates. In 2016, approximately 475,000 people age 65 or older will develop Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S.
The executive team has deep industry and operational experience, with an average of 20 years of senior housing experience; over $7 billion of seniors housing transactions throughout the U.S. and across market cycles; and longstanding relationships with quality operating partners, coupled with nationwide asset management capabilities.
Bridge Seniors II will offer common areas that are comfortable, appealing and provide a sense of home, along with dining venues that promote community among residents in addition to delivering fresh and delicious meals. Onsite amenities will include beauty parlors, fitness rooms and activity rooms. Above all, Bridge Seniors II will provide top notch care to match frailty and allow for aging-in-place.