Senior care organization buys Grand Junction facility

Cappella of Grand Junction, an assisted living and memory care facility, has been purchased by Christian Living Communities (CLC), a Denver-based nonprofit organization specializing in senior care and services.

No changes in operations or services at Capella of Grand Junction are planned, said Terry Rogers, president and chief executive officer of CLC.

Capella Living Solutions, a managing and consulting division of CLC, has operated Capella of Grand Junction through a development partnership with Confluent Senior Living. That firm is in turn a subsidiary of Confluent Development, a Denver-based real estate investment and development company.

Because CLC is a nonprofit organization, employees and residents at Capella of Grand Junction could benefit from donation-funded scholarships, grants and endowments, Rogers said.

Located near where Horizon Drive slants into Seventh Street, Cappella of Grand Junction offers 40 assisted-living apartments on the second floor and 26 memory support apartments in a secured area on the first floor. All of the apartments feature kitchenettes and full bathrooms.

CLC now owns six senior living communities in Colorado and manages a total of 20 additional communities in seven states.

“Purchasing Cappella of Grand Junction is an extension of our mission to grow not only through management relationships, but also to increase the number of operations we own,” Rogers said. “We are thrilled to be part of the Western Colorado community, serving older adults and their families with compassionate and empowering services and providing excellent growth opportunities  for team members.”

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