Denver, CO — Cappella Living Solutions (Cappella) has assumed management of 12 senior living properties across Texas, the Midwest, and Colorado. The company is now supporting two additional ownership groups in communities that combined serve more than 800 older adults.
Cappella is the management and consulting division of Denver-based Christian Living Communities (CLC). CLC/Cappella now manages 26 communities (including five it owns) across seven states serving more than 3,000 older adults, their families, and employees. CLC/Cappella has experienced healthy strategic growth over the last four years and has a legacy of 45+ years providing operational excellence and innovation in senior living. The company is committed to enriching the quality and dignity of life for older adults throughout the U.S.
“We are tremendously grateful for this opportunity to expand our reach and touch more lives,” shared CEO Terry Rodgers of CLC/Cappella. “This expansion is a strategic opportunity to share our unique culture and create communities where aging is honored and celebrated. With this milestone, we have met our goal of providing support to more than 20 communities before the end of this year.”
In August, Cappella assumed management support of seven Villagio communities in cities across Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado, including Carrollton (TX), Plano (TX), McKinney (TX), Kerrville (TX), Bradford Village (Edmond, OK), Oklahoma City (OK) and Broomfield (CO). These unique, boutique-style communities offer a mix of independent, assisted living and memory support neighborhoods.
"Cappella has a deep commitment to quality, integrity and resident empowerment,” explained Jim Morris, an owner of Villagio Senior Living, “We believe this step strengthens the services we provide, and better aligns with our overall mission to build thriving communities with individual character and an emphasis on holistic wellbeing.”
Four communities owned by NexCore LLC in Indiana and Ohio also transitioned to Cappella management on August 29th, including Walnut Crossing (Marysville, OH), Heritage Crossing (Akron, OH), Sugar Fork Crossing (Anderson, IN) and Demaree Crossing (Greenwood, IN). Each community offers assisted living and memory care services and were built within the last two years. Heritage Crossing in Akron will celebrate its grand opening on September 19th.
“We are proud to work with Cappella Living Solutions in their vision for aging well,” shared James W. Parker, Executive Vice President of Senior Housing Operations for NexCore Companies LLC. “We share the same commitment to providing resident-centered care through outstanding hospitality and customer service.”
CLC purchased the operations of Legacy Commons in Pueblo West, Colorado in July, in partnership with National Health Investors (NHI) as the REIT.
In each community, Cappella teams will further enhance service and program offerings with its Rhythms Service lines, which include holistic approaches to dementia and life enrichment, adapting to the natural rhythm of each older adult’s life. Cappella will also implement strong sales and marketing, operational and financial systems and processes. Each of the twelve communities will also benefit from Cappella’s own unique Duet Hospitality dining program that empowers residents to help create their dining experience.
Cappella Living Solutions is a division of Christian Living Communities, a Colorado based senior living company enriching the lives of seniors since 1972. Cappella provides management and consulting services in 26 communities in the southwest, mid-west and western regions of the United States. To learn more visit www.cappellaliving.com or call 720.684.4600.