February 12, 2019
LOS ANGELES–Griffin Fine Living, a leader in senior living communities, today announced that it is changing its corporate name to Griffin Living. The name change reflects the company’s broader senior living commitment and its expertise in creating innovative communities that help residents thrive in a vibrant environment through personalized care, spacious and inviting living spaces, impressive amenities, and unparalleled service for mature adults.
The company will continue to create and oversee the operation of senior living communities, while providing the resources and opportunities for residents to flourish. By executing on the latest in senior living space dynamics, as well as utilizing wellness science to guide the design of the facilities and amenities of every community, Griffin Living takes a direct approach to bettering the lifestyles of those who live and work within its owned and operated residencies.
“At Griffin Living, we are committed to enriching the lives of each of our residents and their families by providing efficient and personalized care that maximizes the overall quality of life,” said Paul Griffin III, President and CEO of Griffin Living. “We aim to emphasize our continued dedication to creating a strong sense of home within our communities, and the new name allows us to highlight that aspect of truly ‘living’ that we work to provide.”
The corporate name of Griffin Living is effective immediately and will be implemented across the company and its communities moving forward.
Based in Calabasas, CA, Griffin Living is privately-owned and family-run, having built 40,000 homes and managing over $8 billion in general contracting. President Paul Griffin III is a fifth generation Griffin family member who has spent over 40 years creating and managing award-winning living and work environments where residents flourish.
With offices in Los Angeles and Atlanta, Griffin Living’s reach spans the United States. The company has been recognized with national awards for “Innovation and Design.”