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High-End Senior Living Brand Makes Oregon Debut

Ryan Companies US, Inc., Cogir Senior Living and Harrison Street have formed a joint venture and reached the financial closing and beginning of construction for Cogir of Tigard. Located 20 minutes from Portland in Tigard, OR, the high-end senior living community will be the first for both Cogir and Ryan Companies in Oregon. 

“Ryan Companies has consistently delivered on the promise of developing exceptional senior living communities in areas experiencing growth, regardless of the economic headwinds the industry is facing,” said Patrick Dimaano, VP of senior living development, Ryan Companies.  

He continued, “At Ryan, we recognize the significant investment opportunities presented in the senior living market, the strength of which is backed by strong demographics.” 

Ryan is the builder and developer of the project. Upon project completion, Cogir will lead day-to-day operations. Harrison Street is the capital partner. CBTWO Architects has been selected as the architect of record.


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