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New Perspective Wisconsin Community Opens Rental Office

Posted in New Communities on November 19, 2019

FRANKLIN, Wis.—With the Spring 2020 opening of New Perspective-Franklin in sight, the rental office is now open. The office features interactive displays, including a virtual tour. “The opening of our rental office is a great way for people to learn more about us and reserve their apartment,” said New Perspective president Chris Hyatt. New Perspective-Franklin is a multi-story building for older adults being built on six acres at 7220 Ballpark Drive South—next to the Milwaukee Read More »

New Perspective Appoints Novaczyk and Hyatt to CEO and President as company positions itself for further growth.

Posted in A Career With Purpose, News from New Perspective on September 23, 2019

MINNETONKA, MN- (September 23, 2019) – New Perspective announced today that Ryan Novaczyk has been appointed CEO and Chris Hyatt has been appointed President of New Perspective. “I’m thrilled that Ryan and Chris will be leading the charge towards our vision of 10,000 seniors Living Life on Purpose® in our communities by 2025,” said Todd Novaczyk, who will assume the position of Chairman of the Board. He added, “their energy and commitment to servant leadership Read More »

Senior living developer opens Minnetonka headquarters

Posted in News from New Perspective on September 20, 2019

As seen on ( By Neal St. Anthony SEPTEMBER 19, 2019 — 9:59AM New Perspective Senior Living, which operates 24 senior living complexes in Minnesota and elsewhere, has opened a 30,000 square-foot headquarters and staff resource center in Minnetonka. The 21-year-old company said the refurbished rental building includes a 100-seat training center, conference rooms, video production center and a fitness facility to accommodate a growing central-office staff of 50 employees and others. New Perspectives Read More »

Business People: Sunday, March 3

Posted in News on March 19, 2019

ADVERTISING/PUBLIC RELATIONS Public relations and government affairs firm MZA+Co, St. Paul, announced that Melissa Lesch will be joining the firm as senior vice president-state & local government affairs. … CNH Architects, Apple Valley, has hired certified interior designer Ashley Klis. AGRICULTURE Zinpro Corp., an Eden Prairie-based livestock nutrition company, announced that Chris Reinhardt has joined the company as technical beef feedlot nutritionist. ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING NewStudio Architecture of St. Paul has won “Best Of Design” on Houzz, Read More »

Milwaukee Milkmen name additional sponsors for Franklin ballpark

Posted in News on February 26, 2019

Construction on Routine Field to wrap up prior to team's May 24 home opener by Maredithe Meyer | Originally Posted February 26, 2019, 2:08 PM Local businesses Zuern Building Products, Milwaukee Sausage Company and WaterStone Bank have partnered up with new minor league baseball club Milwaukee Milkmen as sponsors of its ballpark, Routine Field, which is being constructed at The Rock Sports Complex in Franklin. The 4,000-seat stadium, which will also be home for the University Read More »

New Perspective Senior Living acquires community across from Carlson Towers

Posted in New Communities on February 25, 2019

  Sabina Badola | Feb 25, 2019 New Perspective has acquired its 22nd senior living community at 500 Carlson Parkway, across from the Carlson Towers in Minnetonka. A multimillion dollar renovation is planned for the three-story building, which has 87 assisted living units and 35 memory care apartments. “With our planned renovation and expansion, we will add to the already great features of the building with fresh new spaces and resident-centered amenities,” said Chris Hyatt, COO Read More »

New Perspective Senior Living acquires Minnetonka building, plans upgrades

Posted in News on February 19, 2019

  By Melissa Turtinen  | Feb 18, 2019 MINNETONKA — New Perspective Senior Living has acquired a new community, expanding its footprint to the Lake Minnetonka area. The Eden Prairie-based company said in a Feb. 5 news release that it has acquired the Brookdale Carlson senior living community located at 500 Carlson Parkway in Minnetonka. The community, now being called New Perspective-Carlson Parkway, is 89,883 square feet and features 87 assisted living and 35 Read More »

New Perspective Senior Living Adds 22nd Community to Portfolio

Posted in New Communities, News from New Perspective on February 12, 2019

MINNETONKA, MN–Committed to expanding its footprint and providing service and care for seniors throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, New Perspective Senior Living announces the acquisition of its latest community, New Perspective – Carlson Parkway. The acquisition marks the company’s entry into the northwest corner of the Twin Cities. Along with its eight other local communities, New Perspective – Carlson Parkway enables the company to now reach seniors throughout the Twin Cities market. The 89,883 square-foot, Read More »

New Senior Living Community Breaks Ground In Franklin, WI

Posted in News from New Perspective on January 21, 2019

New Perspective-Franklin to Serve Growing Demand for Senior Living   FRANKLIN, WI – (January 21, 2019)—To better serve the growing demand for senior living, a new, amenity-rich senior community has broken ground in Franklin, Wisconsin. New Perspective - Franklin is a 180,000 square-foot, multi-story community being built on six acres at 7220 Ballpark Drive South. Designed to serve seniors, the community will offer a variety of amenities, services, activities, programs and care to meet residents’ Read More »

$30 million senior living complex planned for Waukesha

Posted in New Communities, News from New Perspective on September 25, 2018

New Perspective Waukesha includes independent living and memory care units by Corrinne Hess, BizTimes-Milwaukee Business News | September 24, 2018, 12:48 PM New Perspective Senior Living and Boldt Companies are planning a $30 million, 128-unit senior housing project in Waukesha. Rendering by Tushie Montgomery Architects The development, to be called New Perspective Waukesha, would be located on a 5.7-acre site at the southeast corner of East Broadway and Les Paul Parkway. Plans call for 92 Read More »

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