MAYFLOWER CASE STUDY
The Mayflower Retirement Center, Inc. (the Obligor) is a Florida not-for-profit corporation formed in 1973. The Obligor
owns and operates The Mayflower Retirement Community (the Community), a “Type A” continuing care retirement community in Winter Park, Florida. The Community is located approximately six miles from the downtown area of Orlando.
SHELL POINT CASE STUDY
The obligated group consists of a sole member, The Christian and Missionary Alliance Foundation, Inc., d/b/a Shell Point Retirement Community (Shell Point). Shell Point is Florida not-for-profit organization which owns and operates a retirement community on approximately 700 acres situated along the Caloosahatchee River on the southwest coast of Florida in Ft. Myers. Shell Point currently
includes seven distinctive neighborhoods consisting of a total of 1,322 independent living units, 359 available assisted living units,
and 198 available skilled nursing beds. Shell Point is an entrance fee plan community regulated under Chapter 651, Florida Statutes.
Tabitha Grand Island Case Study
Tabitha Grand Island is a Nebraska nonprofit corporation that was established in 2019 for the purposes of constructing and operating Tabitha at Prairie Commons, a new senior living community consisting of 81 independent living apartments, an assisted living center consisting of 20 assisted living units and 20 memory care units, and a 36-bed nursing facility.
Granada Hills Charter School Case Study
Granada Hills Charter (GHC) currently holds a charter for and operates a charter high school serving approximately 5,462 students in Los Angeles, California. Granada Hills Charter’s student population has over 66 nationalities represented and approximately 45 languages other than English spoken at home. The original Granada Hills High School was built by the Los Angeles Unified School District and opened in 1960 in Los Angeles, California.
Brethren Hillcrest Homes Case Study
Brethren Hillcrest Homes (“Hillcrest”),
a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, was incorporated in 1947
and operates a continuing care retirement community (“CCRC”) on a 53-acre campus in La Verne, California just 33-miles east of Los Angeles. Hillcrest maintains a unique campus with a wide variety of residence types, and offers a wide spectrum of services and care for eligible persons 62 years of age and older. Most of its structures are single- story residences, though some higher-density apartments were built as part of the Village Center Project in 2003.