National Church Residences
RED Mortgage Capital has announced the origination of an FHA 223(f) loan for National Church Residences for Walnut Creek Village in Baltimore, OH.
Lancaster Pollard has assisted National Church Residences with two financings at $30.5 million, including an obligated group with outstanding tax-exempt bonds.
LeadingAge and NewCourtland have selected recipients for a second round of grants through the Innovations Fund, which promotes nonprofit providers with ideas that benefit residents or the community. Seven grants of up to $25,000 were awarded to the following organizations:
The path to retirement and beyond comes with a lot of new scenery, from navigating health care needs to deciding where to live. The landscape is changing - in thoughtful and well-planned ways - and community developers and managers have taken notice, often leading the way to help seniors through their decision-making process as they age in place.
The housing and care of Alzheimer's disease and dementia patients has been on a roll. The recent progression of designs and elements has led to improvements for residents and the staff who care for them.
The struggle to lower healthcare costs, especially Medicare and Medicaid, affects us all - from Congress to long-term providers to the very seniors we serve.
National Church Residences' Home and Community Services captures $10.5 Million in HUD service coordination grantsNovember 07, 2012
National Church Residences announced that its Home and Community Services program captured 46 social service coordination grants, totaling $10.5 million. Funding is provided through the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.