We are excited to announce that the purchase of the senior living community, previously known as Windsor, in Glendale has successfully been completed! Ararat Home took ownership of the community on March 1st and will operate it as Ararat Gardens and Post Acute.
Located at 1230 E. Windsor Road, the community occupies almost a full city block near Glendale’s Adams Square and offers 90 independent living units, 50 assisted living units, and 28 skilled nursing beds.
The previous owner of the community, HumanGood, approached Ararat Home over a year ago with an offer to sell it. Chief Operating Officer Derik Ghookasian said, “HumanGood has an excellent industry reputation and had operated Windsor as a highly rated life plan community. We are very proud that they recognized Ararat Home’s commitment to excellence and entrusted us to continue delivering quality care and services at what will now be known as Ararat Gardens and Post Acute.”
Ararat Home is particularly thrilled to be able to offer the Ararat Home Experience in Glendale, the heart of the Armenian community. Executive Director Varsenik Keshishyan said, “We are honored to serve as a resource for our community here. Ararat Gardens will continue engaging residents to thrive and live rich, rewarding lives. And, Ararat Post Acute will continue delivering quality rehabilitative and post-acute care on a short-term basis for residents in the Glendale and surrounding areas.”
Ararat Home thanks all those involved at HumanGood for their mutual cooperation ensuring a smooth acquisition and transition process over the past few months. The Home is especially grateful to COO Ghookasian, Board of Trustees Treasurer Michael Surmeian, attorney George Phillips, Jr. and everyone else involved on its end for their dedication and tireless efforts towards this successful acquisition.
“This acquisition is a significant milestone for Ararat Home’s growth in its service to the Armenian community,” said Sinan Sinanian, Board of Trustees Chair. “Ararat Home was founded in 1949 to serve the community, and in turn, the community has blessed the Home with its support for over 70 years. Most especially, we are grateful for our community’s past and continued support, without which sustaining and growing our mission of care in this way would not be possible.”
More information about Ararat Gardens and Post Acute is available here.