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Kolter Homes Expands Cresswind Lifestyle Program

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Kolter Homes – a leader in developing next-generation, highly-amenitized, master-planned active adult communities in the Southeastern U.S. – recently expanded its award-winning Cresswind Lifestyle Program to highlight the wide and diverse range of interests Cresswind programming serves. Rolled out under the new tagline, ‘Set Yourself F.R.E.E,’ the updated program supports the four cornerstones of Fitness, Relationships, Education and Entertainment that are designed to help Cresswind residents ‘Live Better, Longer.’

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LTC Expands Juniper, Oxford Relationships as Senior Lifestyle Exit Nears Completion

LTC Properties (NYSE: LTC) has nearly exited its relationship with Senior Lifestyle Corp., expanding its partnerships with Juniper Communities and Oxford Senior Living in the process.

LTC — a real estate investment trust (REIT) based in Westlake Village, California — decided before the Covid-19 pandemic to transition its portfolio operated by Chicago-based Senior Lifestyle, one of the largest providers in the United States.

Through April 2021, 12 of LTC’s Senior Lifestyle properties had gone to other operators, namely Randall Residences, Encore Senior Living and Graceful Senior Living. In Q2 2021, LTC sold three assisted living communities operated by Senior Lifestyle

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After Two Decades in Music, Yola Expands Her Powers

Calculus is hard. Parallel parking is hard. Meeting and working with people who don’t look like you — that’s a breeze. “It’s. Not. Hard,” the singer and songwriter Yola emphasized during a recent call, clapping her hands in between each word. “I literally came from another continent, and remedied it in six months. Even my manager, from remotely in England, found writers of color for me.”

The music industry promised to face its inequities over the past year in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and decades of complaints that a business built on the creative powers of people

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