Before joining Oxford, Kerry Watson held several finance leadership roles at Dell, YUM Brands, Oshkosh, and Primary Children’s Medical Center. He consulted as CFO of a multifamily company that aggressively expanded the portfolio by 12 assets over the course of 3 years. He has an MBA degree and an Accounting degree from Brigham Young University.
AbiliT Senior Living, a National Senior Living provider with existing communities in Southeastern Minnesota has acquired the Milestone Senior Living Portfolio. The Milestone portfolio includes senior living campuses in Cross Plains, Eagle River, Eau Claire, Hillsboro, Rhinelander, Stoughton, Tomahawk, Woodruff, in Wisconsin and one campus in Faribault, Minnesota. AbiliT’s management partner, Oxford Management, will be the management company for these communities.
This acquisition further expands AbiliT Senior Living’s presence in the Midwest. “This acquisition allows our team to expand our affordable housing, high quality services and community based care,” said Mark Dickson, President and CEO of Oxford Management.
On Saturday, August 19th, 2017 at Mayo Field, Oxford Management was the Title Sponsor for the Boulder Options Sportacular Tailgate Challenge. There was food, drinks, chances to meet celebrities, silent auctions and more. Great fun for a great cause.
Hope to see you next year!
ROCHESTER – A first look at a proposed $200 million riverfront project cheered the Destination Medical Center Corp. board at its monthly meeting on Thursday, even as some members expressed frustration with the pace of transportation planning in Rochester.
The proposed project, a hotel/condo/retail complex, would sit on the banks of the Zumbro River, which, despite passing near the heart of the city, is largely inaccessible thanks to a 1990s-era flood-control project. The concept calls for tying downtown into the riverfront with a shallow splash pool, fountain, water wall, outdoor restaurant with seating overlooking the river and a possible kayak launch.
“This is a home run,” said DMC board member and former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak, adding that the project from Bloom Holding, an Abu Dhabi-based developer, would accomplish a lot.
Downtown development received top billing at the most recent meeting of the Destination Medical Center (DMC) Corporation Board of Directors.
Abu Dhabi-based Bloom Properties gave an update on a mixed-use project that will be anchored in the Downtown Waterfront sub-district. The $180-200 million project will include residential, hospitality, and retail space, as well as space for outdoor concerts and ice skating.
Board member and former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak called the proposal “a home run,” saying it meets a lot of the DMC’s goals for housing, retail, and community spaces…
The 206 South Broadway renovation will transform this important downtown building into a spectacular modern-use office space offering $18 – $22 Triple Net (NNN) leases. 206 South Broadway also offers high-end finishes, skyway connections to numerous retail stores, restaurants, hotels and Mayo Clinic. The updated building features and new configuration allows for customized build-outs as well as small, medium and large tenant leasing opportunities.
Click the link below to be redirected to the Cannon Falls Beacon article where Lora Keeney, Twin River’s Activity Director is highlighted.
Star Tribune Article | Riverfront plans get first look from Rochester’s Destination Medical Center board
Click the link below to be directed to the May 26th, 2016 Star Tribune where Oxford Management is mentioned.
Click the link below to view “Destination Medical Center creates Heart of the City Community Advisory Committee” article which mentions Oxford’s very own Ahmed Elkhalifataha.
Congratulations to our staff at Traditions Assisted Living and Memory Care for receiving a Deficiency-Free rating from the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals. Our top-notch rating is truly the result of our hardworking, dedicated, and compassionate staff, who consider each and every one of our residents a part of their extended family.