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The Sonoma County Gazette

2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

Filling a long-overdue need to provide the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community more retirement options, Fountaingrove Lodge (http://fountaingrovelodge.com), the nation’s first full-service LGBT retirement community to offer luxury living and continuing care services, will officially open in less than two weeks. On Wednesday, November 20 regional elected officials and LGBT leaders will join [...]

The Sonoma County Gazette 2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

The Advocate

2016-01-13T16:51:58+00:00

The LGBT senior population is set to double over the next twenty years, and roughly 3 million of those people will begin making arrangements to enjoy their golden years. As retirement becomes a reality for many aging LGBT people, research shows it is not without its concerns. A recent study by Prudential Financial found that [...]

The Advocate 2016-01-13T16:51:58+00:00

My Castro

2016-01-13T16:51:16+00:00

Fountaingrove Lodge, the nation’s first lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) retirement community to offer resort living and continuing care services, is set to open in November! Designed and constructed by award-winning developer Oakmont Senior Living, the 10-acre campus will surely be the crème de la crème of retirement communities. Others have proposed similar full-service [...]

My Castro 2016-01-13T16:51:16+00:00

Edge (September 18, 2013)

2016-01-13T16:50:28+00:00

Fountaingrove Lodge is the nation’s first LGBT retirement community to offer resort living and continuing care services, is officially nearing completion. Designed and constructed by award-winning developer Oakmont Senior Living, the 10-acre retirement campus is on schedule to open in November. While others have proposed similar full-service LGBT retirement communities, Fountaingrove Lodge will be the [...]

Edge (September 18, 2013) 2016-01-13T16:50:28+00:00

SF Gate (June 1, 2013)

2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

Two disparate residential communities in the Bay Area targeting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors at different ends of the economic spectrum are regaining momentum after stalling during the recession. In Upper Market, Openhouse, a social services agency for LGBT older adults, aims to create 109 units of affordable housing for low-income seniors in a [...]

SF Gate (June 1, 2013) 2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

PR Web (August 1, 2013)

2016-01-13T16:46:42+00:00

Fountaingrove Lodge, the nation’s first retirement community with the option of continuing care for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) community, is scheduled to open in Summer 2013. With construction well underway, the lush 10-acre property located in the heart of beautiful Sonoma County will offer activities, excursions, and amenities to enhance wellness and [...]

PR Web (August 1, 2013) 2016-01-13T16:46:42+00:00

Curve

2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

Filling a long-overdue need to provide the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community more retirement options, Fountaingrove Lodge (http://fountaingrovelodge.com), the nation’s first full-service LGBT retirement community to offer luxury living and continuing care services, will officially open in less than two weeks. On Wednesday, November 20 regional elected officials and LGBT leaders will join [...]

Curve 2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

Reuters (November 8, 2012)

2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

(Reuters) - Gay rights took a big stride forward in this week's elections, with voters in four states affirming the right of same-sex couples to marry. But here's an issue in the LGBT community that continues to fly under the radar: what happens to LGBT Americans when they get old? "Our community has been focused [...]

Reuters (November 8, 2012) 2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

Market Watch (June 30, 2011)

2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00

June proved a historic month for the gay rights movement, as New York became the largest state in the nation to grant gay and lesbian couples the right to marry.  Coincidentally, a related – albeit, of course, less significant — event occurred alongside this milestone: the opening of the first licensed continuing care retirement community [...]

Market Watch (June 30, 2011) 2017-04-05T15:44:31+00:00