Clarendale at Bellevue Place, managed by Life Care Services®, An LCS® Company, announced that its management company ranked highest in customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Senior Living Study. Clarendale at Bellevue Place is proud to be a part of Life Care Services, which achieved the highest score in all seven study factors: resident services and activities; community staff; food and beverage; new resident orientation; resident cost; community and grounds; and resident apartment unit. Life Care Services, the nation’s second-largest senior living operator, scored 843 on a 1,000-point scale, a full 49 index points above the second-highest performing senior living organization.
The J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Senior Living Study examines industry-level performance metrics of senior living providers, and highlights the best practices that are critical to customer satisfaction, advocacy, and loyalty. The study’s comprehensive view of the senior living resident experience provides an independent and objective measure of the overall satisfaction levels among U.S. customers. Clarendale at Bellevue Place will serve more than 190 residents and 80 team members.
“Our company is committed to providing the resources for communities to deliver an exceptional resident experience driven by innovation, signature programs and quality services. The J.D. Power award represents the voice of the senior living customer, and I can’t think of a more important voice than that of the residents we serve,” says Joel Nelson, president and CEO of LCS, the parent company for Life Care Services. “Clarendale employees have a passion for serving seniors, and their dedication to its residents continually inspires me.”
J.D. Power surveyed 3,021 residents, family members, and friends of residents living in independent living, assisted living, or memory care communities across the United States.
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Nashville, Tennessee (April 30, 2019) – Clarendale at Bellevue Place, the senior living community currently under construction within the development of One Bellevue Place, has hired Brandon Bornstein to serve as executive director of this community, which will provide independent living, assisted living and memory care. With the community scheduled to open late 2019, a new information center is now open at 7618 Highway 70 South, Suite 106, in Nashville. The information center is next door to The Well Coffee House.
“I’m delighted to be joining Clarendale at Bellevue Place—especially now,” says Bornstein.
“It will be a pleasure greeting Nashville-area seniors and their families at our information center and introducing them to Clarendale, which will offer a unique combination of residential amenities, exceptional hospitality services and social opportunities seldom found in other senior living communities.”
With more than 7 years of experience in senior living, Bornstein developed his passion for serving seniors through his experience at Gentiva Hospice, Life Care Centers of America and Brookdale Senior Living. He is well-positioned to serve as the executive director of Clarendale at Bellevue Place thanks to a combination of strong credentials and solid commitment to helping seniors and their families find the right lifestyle solutions. He holds a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from Tennessee Tech, where he played on the Golden Eagles baseball team.
“I know Nashville seniors and their families will appreciate the unique benefits of village-style living. Clarendale at Bellevue Place will offer a gracious, comfortable residential setting that helps residents live life to the fullest, staying connected to the people, places and things they most enjoy,” Bornstein says.
Located 13 miles southwest of downtown Nashville at the intersection of I-40 and US 70 South in the development of Bellevue Place, Clarendale at Bellevue Place will offer independent living, assisted living and memory care under one roof with a focus on connected living.
Bornstein explains: “At Clarendale at Bellevue Place, the emphasis is on services and programs that provide the opportunity to stay a part of, and involved in, mainstream living, as well as fostering relationships with family and others outside the community.”
The senior living community will offer a variety of floor plan options. Residents may choose from private one- and two-bedroom apartments in both independent living and assisted living. Studio suites will be available in memory care. Residents will also enjoy access to community spaces for socializing and entertaining, including a restaurant-style dining room and casual bistro, a pub, club room, library, salon and fitness center.
The new executive director also suggests that the location will be particularly attractive. “The development of Bellevue Place puts so many shopping, dining and entertainment options practically at the doorstep of the community. Residents and families will enjoy strolling shops ranging from PetSmart and HomeGoods to ULTA and Sprouts Farmers Market. There are two hotels for visiting family, an AMC Theaters location with rocking seats and luxury recliners, plus the Nashville Predators Sports Center with two ice rinks.”
For more information about the community, Bornstein may be reached at the information center located at 7618 Highway 70 South, Suite 106, in Nashville, or by phone at 615-271-5511. Details are also available on the community’s website at ClarendaleAtBellevuePlace.com.
Clarendale at Bellevue Place is one of a series of Clarendale senior living communities from
developer-builder Ryan Companies US, Inc. Life Care Services will manage the property. For more information, visit www.ryancompanies.com and www.lifecareservices-seniorliving.com.
About Ryan Companies US, Inc.
Ryan Companies US, Inc. is a third-generation, family-owned national developer, designer, capital investment consultant, builder and real estate manager specializing in fully integrated solutions for over 75 years. Key market sectors include: retailers, industrial, healthcare, senior living, and corporate build-to-suit; and product experience includes work on office, retail, mixed-use, hospitality, multi-housing, industrial, medical office building, senior living, distribution center, public sector, and mission-critical facilities. Ryan serves customers throughout the United States with offices in the North, Midwest, Great Lakes, SouthEast, SouthCentral, SouthWest and West regions. Ryan was named the 2007 National Developer of the Year by NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. For more information, visit www.ryancompanies.com.
About Life Care Services
Life Care Services®, An LCS ® Company, leads the way in senior living with over 40 years of proven experience. This innovative leadership brings passion and performance through strong financial stewardship, lifestyle-centered services as well as high quality health services in communities as unique as the individuals who live in them.