New Perspective Senior Living acquires Minnetonka building, plans upgrades


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 memory care apartments.
New Perspective Senior Living is planning to do a multimillion dollar renovation to the 20-year-old building in order to improve resident and family experiences, the release said. The project is set to begin this year.
“We are excited about being able to serve the cities of Minnetonka, Wayzata, Plymouth, Golden Valley, Maple Grove, Hopkins and beyond,” New Perspective President and Chief Financial Officer Ryan Novaczyk said in a statement. “It is our first location in the northwest suburbs of Minneapolis and an important step in serving seniors and their families throughout the entire Twin City area.”
The Minnetonka community is New Perspective Senior Living’s 22nd community.

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Today, New Perspective Senior Living operates 21 senior living communities serving over 2,000 seniors through Independent LivingAssisted Living and Memory Care options, with a goal to be serving 10,000 seniors by 2025. Based in Eden Prairie, Minn., the company has won multiple awards including Top Assisted Living Facility, Best-of-the-Best Dining Experience and Top Workplaces. In addition, Todd Novaczyk, was recently profiled in the Senior Housing News, The Leadership Series, while Ryan Novaczyk was just named to 50 for the Next 50 by Leading Age of Minnesota