RainbowVision Properties,Inc. is seeking groups wishing to develop senior
communities to meet the needs of progressive values and mission driven
populations of diversity. These communities would include green sustainability,
affordable senior living, and those that may be non-mainstream and spiritually-based.
RainbowVision Santa Fe, Your Community for the Second
Fifty Years, opened in 2006. Its model was one of individual ownership
and so encountered all the challenges of the crash of the mortgage and
real estate markets that led to the fall of the global economy. The
RainbowVision community developed in Santa Fe was an extremely progressive
model for senior living, and shared the many operating and financial
challenges experienced by other independently owned communities in the
United States. We initially hoped to have 14-21 communities out of the
ground so that operating costs could be kept reasonable. RainbowVision
Palm Springs, our second projected community based on the individual
ownership model, halted development in 2007 due to unavailability of
construction financing. Southern California was among the first states
to experience the severe fallout of the economic crisis.
Over forty projects in the United States and at least
ten in Europe, Australia and South Africa attempted to open a community
targeting populations of diversity like the one RainbowVision Properties
developed and operated for five years in Santa Fe, New Mexico. RainbowVision
Properties was the only company to achieve this lofty goal, and continues
to work with its Canadian partner, Plum Living to develop RainbowVision
With over 14 years of experience in the toughest economic
environment since the Depression, RainbowVision Properties, Inc., is
uniquely positioned to work with non-mainstream or niche populations
for creating out-of-the-box senior living models.
For help with concept creation, financing consultancy,
development and/or management for progressive senior living, talk to
We want to help.
Joy Silver, President/CEO