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Stephen Ordway has been selected as SVP of ZOM Living's seniors housing division

ZOM Living Selects Stephen Ordway to Serve as SVP of Senior Housing Division

Stephen Ordway has joined ZOM Living as SVP of the company’s senior housing division.

In his new role, Ordway will spearhead ZOM Living’s senior housing sector growth strategy, pursue opportunities to partner with best-in-class operators and develop communities that cater to today’s active and independent senior resident profile. He will prioritize identifying markets with unmet demand to develop rental communities that appeal to seniors seeking greater design, higher levels of finishes, services and lifestyle amenities.

Ordway brings over 17 years of commercial and hospitality real estate experience to ZOM Living, with the last 10 years dedicated to seniors housing. Ordway most recently served as SVP of investments for Bridge Investments’ seniors housing group.  Prior to Bridge, he served as director of acquisitions and development for Northbridge Communities.

In his previous roles, Ordway participated in the execution of over $1 billion in senior development, acquisition and disposition activity and worked closely with regional operating teams.

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