Senior Housing News / Tim Regan
Active adult is picking up steam as an attractive property type for senior living investors, according to commercial real estate services firm CBRE. Scott Stewart, Managing Partner of Capitol Seniors Housing, provides insights on the Active Living market.read more
Capitol Seniors Housing, Chelsea Senior Living and Meyer Senior Living Studio recently celebrated the “topping off” of The Chelsea of Shrewsbury, an assisted living an memory care community under construction in New Jersey.read more
Globe Street / Steve Lubetkin
Capitol Seniors Housing, a senior living investment and development firm, has opened a new assisted living and memory care community—Arbor Terrace Mountainside—in Mountainside, NJ. CSH has other holdings in New Jersey, including the newly opened Atria Norwood, Arbor Terrace Morris Plains, and The Chelsea at the Solana Marlboro, and is opening new communities in Mount Laurel and Shrewsbury.read more
Multi-Housing News / Laura Calugar
Arbor Terrace Mountainside is a $25 million assisted living and memory care project in Mountainside, which Meyer Senior Living Studio designed.read more
Mercer Island Reporter / Katie Metzger
Island House, our community in Washington, hosted its grand opening following our recent remodel of this amazing community.read more
EFA Magazine / Shandi Matambanadzo
Capitol Seniors Housing recently acquired Siena, a 15-acre active living community for adults ages 55 and over, in Cinnaminson Township, N.J. Construction on the master plan is set to begin and will include a clubhouse and seven residential buildings with 119 luxury homes. The clubhouse is scheduled to be completed in early 2019.
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.