VERO BEACH, Fla. and STAMFORD, Conn., Jan. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Watercrest Senior Living Group, based in Vero Beach, FL, and Waypoint Residential announce the closing of their joint venture partnership to develop Watercrest Newnan Assisted Living and Memory Care Community.
The 107-unit, resort-style senior living community situated on 9 acres in Newnan, Georgia, will break ground in February 2018 with plans to open in late Spring 2019.
Watercrest Senior Living Group and Waypoint Residential announce their joint venture partnership to develop Watercrest Newnan Assisted Living and Memory Care in Newnan, GA.
Watercrest Senior Living Group specializes in the development and operations of assisted living and memory care communities, market repositioning and advisory services. With multiple senior living projects in development throughout the southeast, Watercrest principals, Marc Vorkapich, CEO and Joan Williams, CFO, are setting new standards of quality for seniors and their families in the development of upscale senior living communities.
Development of Watercrest Newnan marks Waypoint Residential’s expansion into the senior housing sector and supports the firm’s initiatives to steadily grow its platform and investment offerings, which include conventional multifamily properties, purpose-built student housing and now senior housing.
“Partnering with Waypoint Residential enables us to promptly respond to the incredible demand for senior living with innovation and exceptional quality of service, impacting exponentially more seniors and their families and providing growth opportunities for our associates and partners,” says Marc Vorkapich, Principal and CEO of Watercrest Senior Living Group.
“Expanding into senior housing through our joint venture with Watercrest Senior Living Group is another important step in Waypoint’s growth and our objective to acquire and develop various specialty types within rental housing throughout the United States,” says Scott Lawlor, Chief Executive Officer of Waypoint Residential. “The long-term demographics driving senior rental housing are overwhelmingly favorable, creating the opportunity to capitalize on attractive investments that can potentially generate compelling risk-adjusted returns.”
Senior rental households are projected to nearly double over the next two decades, growing from 6 million today to more than 11 million as the baby boomer cohort comes of age and medical advances increase life expectancies.
“A collaboration of our financial, operational and development resources allows us to achieve significant growth and expansion into additional markets, creating a significant footprint for Watercrest in the senior housing industry,” says Joan Williams,