2Life Communities, Opus Newton Featured in the New York Times

Opus Newton - New York Times

New York Times journalist Linda Baker features Opus Newton in their article "What Baby Boomers Want (Options!), Senior Housing Delivers". Baker notes that through the Opus model, residents will receive a sense of purpose and community, while also reducing staff overhead cost. As the market rebounds from the pandemic, aging in community is becoming more desirable:

“Coronavirus revealed a pandemic of loneliness and isolation. Aging in place harms society by presenting the choice to live with others as a failure. We are creatures of community.” - Amy Schectman

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