The following articles are from the From the Ground Up column of the Senior Living Executive magazine. From the Ground Up profiles a new residence from planning to move-in. You'll see how Carlton Senior Living sought out and secured what they feel is an ideal piece of real estate, and you'll see the decisions made along the way regarding design, staffing, and marketing!
Business Planning, From the Ground Up, Land/Site Development, Partnerships, Real Estate
How Carlton Senior Living chose a location, got community buy-in, and found the money.
From the Ground Up, Land/Site Development, Space Planning and Design
As construction gears up, a seasoned project manager starts jumping through every hoop to keep the project moving forward efficiently and on budget. C...
From the Ground Up, Marketing Strategy, Sales Process
Experts in sales and marketing, design, and operations lay the foundation for a successful senior living community launch.
Business Planning, From the Ground Up, Investment To Grow, Land/Site Development
As construction of Carlton Senior Living's Elk Grove community moves forward, success depends on timing and careful coordination.
Compliance, From the Ground Up, Physical Plant, Space Planning and Design, Strategy
Operational timelines are set and site inspections begin as a new community at Carlton Senior Living comes closer to opening its doors.
Carlton Senior Living carefully selects leaders for its Elk Grove community as part of the Smart Growth series in the Senior Living Executive magazine...
Carlton’s Elk Grove makes its final hire and puts on the polishing touches before cruising to its opening on December 10.
When Carlton Senior Living set to work on its latest property, in Elk Grove, California, Senior Living Executive set out to document the process—“From...
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