Erickson honored for its leadership in senior housing

Industry Watch

April 29, 2001

Erickson Retirement Communities, based in Catonsville, received the National Association of Home Builders' 2001 "Icons of the Industry Award" for its leadership in developing communities for senior citizens.

The NAHB award was presented to Erickson on Friday at the Seniors Housing Symposium in Phoenix. Erickson was cited for its "exemplary development of service-enriched seniors housing," according to a company statement.

Erickson manages three retirement campuses for moderate-income senior citizens in Maryland: Charlestown, Oak Crest Village and Riderwood Village. It also manages communities in Virginia, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Michigan. More than 7,500 people live at Erickson's campuses.

On the move

Winchester Homes, the Greenbelt-based homebuilder, said Shannon Casey has joined the sales team at the builder's Ashley community of single-family homes in Davidsonville, in Anne Arundel County. She lives in Hanover.

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