Posted: December 2, 2019
Cappella Living Solutions (Cappella), a Denver-based senior housing management and consultant company has announced Legacy Commons of Pueblo West is being renamed Cappella of Pueblo West. Cappella became the operational owner of the assisted living community in July when National Health Investors, Inc, (NYSE:NHI) purchased the property, located in Pueblo West, Colorado for $7.6 million.
Cappella of Pueblo West has 51 Assisted Living apartment homes and 32 employees who serve both private pay and Medicaid residents.
“Legacy Commons has an amazing reputation in the area for quality care and services. This name change aligns the community more closely with our organization and represents the strong history we have serving older adults and their families in Colorado,” stated Terry Rogers, President and CEO of Cappella’s parent company, Christian Living Communities (CLC).
CLC/Cappella have been enriching the lives of seniors in the state for nearly half a century. Purchasing the operations in Pueblo West extends the missional reach of the organization to southern Colorado. Cappella will support the community’s existing team by building upon their current success and providing local resources.
CLC/Cappella has experienced exponential growth over the last two years and now manages 13 communities in Colorado and an additional 13 communities across seven states including Utah, Texas, Oklahoma, Ohio, Indiana and Missouri.
“We are excited to bring our vision of creating communities where aging is honored and celebrated under the name Cappella of Pueblo West,” said Rogers. “We believe in integrating and elevating established communities, honoring their culture and partnering for a bright future.”