BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI—American House Senior Living Communities has just acquired the Oak Crest Communities portfolio of senior living communities in Western Michigan. The four sites, located in Holland, Spring Lake, Jenison and Kentwood, have a total of 532 units and include independent living, licensed assisted living and licensed memory care services. The Bloomfield Hills, MI-based company, an affiliate of REDICO, will rebrand the campuses as American House communities. The prices were not disclosed.

As reported in, Western Michigan is a solid market for senior living communities. It has a significant number of developments for seniors and serves a population that typically wants to stay close to their families.

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