PEOPLE AND PLACES News, Sales & Developments

Chelsea Senior Living, based in Fanwood, N.J., has opened The Chelsea at Sparta, in Sparta, N.J. Amenities include a bistro, club room, airy dining room, salon, sports lounge and theater. There is a separate dining room and program room for memory care residents.

LCB Senior Living, LLC, based in Norwood, Mass., has acquired three properties in New Jersey from Atria Senior Living. The Residence at Cherry Hill is a 109-residence community in Cherry Hill. The Residence at Voorhees is a 77-residence community in Voorhees Township. The Residence at Staf- ford is a 77-resident community in Mana- hawkin. All will continue to offer assisted liv- ing and memory care. LCB plans extensive renovations in the next year to 18 months.

Sunrise Senior Living, based in McLean, Va., has opened its Sunrise of Summit community in Summit, N.Y., 20 miles from Manhattan. The community offers 80 assisted living and memory care residences with private suites. It includes outdoor spaces for socially distanced visits and is the second Sunrise community to offer Sunrise’s 15-day planner for new resi- dent move-ins, which prioritizes engagement and socialization during the first two weeks as residents adjust to their new home and have a chance to settle into the community.

Vitality Living, based in Brentwood, Tenn., has partnered with Hillpointe, LLC, to devel- op Vitality Living Madison, in Madison, Ga. The community will have 332 residences. Phase 1 offers 2-bedroom villas with attached garages and 1-bedroom apartments. Phase 2 will offer assisted living and memory care.

Appointments, Promotions & Recognition

A Place for Mom, Inc., based in New York City, has made several hires to its executive team. Seth Low-Tufo is chief financial officer. He has over a decade of experience at GE in a variety of positions, including his most re- cent as CFO, GE Onshore Wind Americas. David Kampfe is chief sales officer. He most

IntegraCare, based in Wexford, Pa., is building a 129-resident community in downtown York, Pa., with Avenue Development. Groundbreaking is scheduled for summer 2021. It will offer independent living, assisted living, and memory care. It will include one- and two-bedroom residences, some with terraces or balconies, and incorporate technology and design for infection prevention and resident socialization. According to the companies, the project represents an investment in the York community of more than $30 million.

recently served as general manager and vice president of sales and operations at Pared, a restaurant labor marketplace.

kara constantine

Kara Constantine has been named Nurse of the Year by the New York State Center for Assisted Living (NYSCAL), an in- dustry group supporting long-term care and assist-

ed living facilities across the state. Constan- tine is RN director at Maple Pointe Assisted Living, Rockville Centre, N.Y., a community of provider Chelsea Senior Living, based in Fanwood, N.J.

Benchmark Senior Living, based in Waltham, Mass., was named one of the Top Places to Work for the 13th consecutive year in The Boston Globe’s 13th annual employee-based survey. It is one of only two companies to have made the list every year it has been pub- lished and is the only senior living provider on the list.

katie potter

Katie Potter, president and CEO at Newton, Mass.-based Five Star Se- nior Living, has been rec- ognized as a Senior Housing Influencer in the November/December

issue of GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum. The Influ- encer series honors individuals, teams and companies that have made a recognizable and significant impact in the industry by completing deals and projects and introduc- ing innovation and best practices.

FOX Rehabilitation, based in Cherry Hill, N.J., has named Robyn Kjar, PT, DPT, CCI, as CEO. She was previously FOX’s COO. She succeeds founder Tim Fox, PT, DPT, GCS-Emeritus, CCI, who will be advisor to the practice and co-chairman of the board of directors. The change was part of a two-year plan. Dr. Kjar joined FOX in 2002 as a clinician and has risen through promotions.


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