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2018 LARGEST PROVIDERS


Trading Spaces While the top two spots in the for-profi t list remain the same, expan- sions at Affi nity and Life Care Services triggered some changes in the top 10. Life Care Services moved from No. 4 in 2017 (26,452 units) to No. 3 in 2018 (28,825 units). In a signifi cant move, Affi nity Living Group moved from No. 11 in 2017 (7,964 units) to No. 9 in 2018 (12,538). The company has another 40 developments in the works. Senior Lifestyle Corp. is another one of several companies that grew


signifi cantly year over year. The Chicago-based provider has added nearly 3,000 units since 2017, largely by taking advantage of oppor- tunities as they arise, said president and CEO Jon DeLuca. “Growth is about the ability to execute eff ectively for ourselves and those we manage for. We are fortunate enough to be in a position of looking at opportunities as just that, an opportunity to manage for someone and extend an existing relationship or build a new one. We also have been


successful with our development projects across the country and will continue to be on the lookout for those opportunities.” Among the other companies on the move this year: The Arbor Company grew by 43 percent, jumping several spots on the list to No. 33, Silverado grew by an impressive 61 percent, and Integral Senior Living grew by 59 percent, adding 32 new communities under the brand name Solstice Senior Living. Discovery Senior Living (No. 15) grew by nearly 1,400 units year


to year. “We also see tremendous opportunity in the near, mid, and long term of both our industry and our company,” said Discovery CEO Richard J. Hutchinson. “Specifi cally, we will continue to evolve both our physical and programmatic services off ered, includ- ing new product lines and a model that is more personalized to the desires of our customers." Watermark Retirement Communities is another company that experienced signifi cant growth—38.5 percent. “We have always been


TOP 15 LARGEST ASSISTED LIVING PROVIDERS Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Provider Brookdale Senior Living Sunrise Senior Living Five Star Senior Living Enlivant Atria Senior Living Senior Lifestyle Affi nity Living Group Capital Senior Living Life Care Services Gardant Management Solutions


Eclipse Senior Living (formerly Elmcroft)


Milestone Retirement Communities Bridgestone Living Trilogy Health Services Frontier Management


Assisted Living Units


49,740 14,615 12,709 10,363 9,300 8,235 7,461 6,084 5,775 5,299 4,822 4,750 3,638 3,494 3,479


TOP 15 LARGEST INDEPENDENT LIVING PROVIDERS Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11


12 13 14


15 Provider Holiday Retirement Brookdale Senior Living Life Care Services Erickson Living Five Star Senior Living Atria Senior Living Senior Lifestyle Corp.


American House Senior Living Communities


Leisure Care


Watermark Retirement Communities


Capital Senior Living Integral Senior Living Discovery Senior Living Sunrise Senior Living


Vi (Classic Residence Management LP)


14 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018


Independent Living Units


30,839 27,888 20,635 18,876 10,471 8,212 7,123 5,018 4,979 4,942


4,900 4,761 4,362 3,454


3,115


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