Nearly 90% of seniors want to stay in their home as they age, so why is it that so many development plans for senior living facilities combine assisted living and memory care with independent living? While it may make sense from an investment standpoint to capture the demographic and guide them through the aging process in a traditional senior living facility, it’s not what those in the “55 or better” community really want. Aging in place promotes life satisfaction, a positive quality of life, and self-esteem—all of which are needed to remain happy, healthy, and well into old age. So, rather than focusing on “capturing” a demographic for the rest… Read More »Creating a Community Focused on Aging in Place
Design & Planning
Published by NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Kapella Group’s Denis Koval discusses how early planning and collaboration between the general contractor, architect, property management company and owner can help avoid costly do-overs later.
Published by the National Apartment Association, Kapella Group’s Denis Koval on how to accurately bid and complete multifamily projects amid ongoing economic and labor challenges, and problem-solve along the way.
Published by the National Apartment Association featuring a discussion with six major players leading multifamily development and acquisitions in the Western region.
Check out the latest issue of Colorado Real Estate Journal’s Multifamily Properties Quarterly where Leslie Kinson, Global Construction’s Strategic Development Manager discusses value-add investment projects with local multifamily experts.
With a steadily increasing population requiring physical care locations, and medical groups that need convenient, accessible sites close to their patients, healthcare providers are actively seeking to develop new outpatient facilities and invest in renovations to existing ones making medical office buildings a lucrative investment.
Industry news predictions that prefabrication in commercial construction will be the next big thing have been around since 2016. With the onset of COVID-19, this huge growth in demand for prefabrication has again made headlines and continues to do so.
Healthcare construction is one of the most necessary and challenging sectors of commercial construction. As technology advances, regulations change, and the needs of patients and employees shift, a constant evolution in design and construction is necessary to meet the objectives of these projects.
With more developers choosing to self-perform as their own architect, engineer, or general contractor, combined with the emergence of design/build firms, and self-performing general contractors the traditional method of development is changing. Here we will explore the new options open to developers when selecting a general contractor for their project.