Hybrid homes are a new senior housing model that allow providers to incrementally add independent living with more flexible financing options and the potential for a la carte services in a higher density footprint than stand-alone cottages. The hybrid model is unique to each community, but these homes are all about the corner layout with expanded views, abundant natural light and private outdoor space.
Hybrid homes combine the best features of apartments and cottages to redefine senior living options.
Incremental construction, financing options and consumer expectations led to the evolution of hybrid homes.
Hybrid home models around the country are tailored to community needs and regional vernacular.
Hybrid homes provide a new housing option for life plan communities to attract younger residents.
Hybrid homes 2.0 incorporate new features to meet operator needs and consumer demands.
The Quay at Bishop Gadsden; Charleston, SC
Presidents Pavilion at Patriots Colony; Williamsburg, VA
The Villas at RiverMead; Peterborough, NH
Creekside Homes at Givens Estates; Asheville, NC