United Church Homes Management Agrees to Manage Six More Senior Living Communities

January 4, 2024

DAYTON, OH — St. Mary Development Corporation and United Church Homes Management have announced via a press release a new agreement under which UCH Management will become the managing organization for six senior living communities.

The communities covered by this agreement include Hoover Cottages, Lofts at Hoover, Lyons Place I, Lyons II, McBride Place, and Twin Towers Place, all located in this west central Ohio city. This transition in management is designed to ensure the continued wellbeing and satisfaction of residents and their families, with no expected changes in daily life or the quality of care and services provided.

Both organizations are dedicated to creating safe, supportive, and vibrant living environments for older adults, and this new partnership reflects their commitment to this mission. United Church Homes Management brings a strong track record of excellence in senior living, with five communities of its own in the Dayton area.

“We are honored to have been chosen as the managing organization for these outstanding senior living communities,” said Dan Fagan, vice president of care and housing at United Church Homes. “We look forward to maintaining and building upon the strong sense of community and care that these properties are known for.”

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“We are excited about this new partnership with United Church Homes Management,” said Tim Bete, president of St. Mary Development Corporation. “Our residents’ wellbeing and satisfaction are paramount, and we are confident that this collaboration will enhance their living experience.”

For more than 100 years, United Church Homes has been committed to providing quality housing and services to older adults. UCH is the 19th largest multisite, nonprofit senior living organization in the U.S. according to the 2023 LeadingAge Ziegler 200 ranking, serving nearly 7,000 residents in its more than 90 owned-and-managed market-rate and affordable-housing communities in 15 states and two Native American nations.

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