Philadelphia Business Journal / Kennedy Rose
Capitol Seniors Housing has acquired Siena Luxury Residences, an active-adult community in Burlington County, and plans to more than double its size by mid-2019.
Northeast Real Estate Business / David Cohen
Capitol Seniors Housing has acquired Siena, an upscale active adult community in Cinnaminson Township, located across the Delaware River from Philadelphia. The price was not disclosed. Capitol plans to continue an existing master plan for the community, which includes the construction of a new clubhouse and seven residential buildings offering a total of 119 new units. The project will more than double the existing 85 units.
NJ BIZ / Elena Knopp
Washington, D.C.-based Capitol Seniors Housing, an investment and development firm, has acquired Siena, a 15-acre active living community in Cinnaminson.
Multi-Housing News / Jeffrey Steele
Washington, D.C.-based senior living investment and development firm Capitol Seniors Housing has acquired the upscale active Siena, in Cinnaminson Township, N.J. Capitol Seniors Housing intends to complete the master plan for Siena.
Senior Housing News / Tim Regan
Investment and development firm Capitol Seniors Housing has opened a new assisted living and memory care community in Norwood, New Jersey.
Seniors Housing Business
Capitol Seniors Housing, a senior living investment and development firm, has opened Atria Norwood, an 83-unit assisted living and memory care community.
Globe Street / Steve Lubetkin
Capitol Seniors Housing has opened a new assisted living and memory care community—Atria Norwood—in Norwood, NJ. The $25 million, 68,873-square-foot community has 83 residential suites.
McKnight’s Senior Living / Lois Bowers
Read about how Civitas Senior Living and Capitol Seniors Housing are testing a virtual assistant and virtual reality at Park Creek Independent Living in suburban Houston.
Burlington County Times / Todd McHale
An age-restricted development project along Route 130 that has stalled for years could see new life. Siena, a 55-over community of townhomes and condominiums, has been acquired by a Washington D.C. -based Capitol Senior Housing.
The Andover Townsman / Kelsey Bode
Capital Seniors Housing and the Northbridge Companies made the donation on April 27 to support the ACE Global Portal, an inflatable yellow “portal” that uses video and audio technology to allow students and residents to communicate with people from all over the world, as if they were in the same room. The portal first came to Andover in March, and has been traveling from school to school for students to experience.