Senior Housing News October 14, 2021
Tim Mullaney

Fresh out of the Georgia Institute of Technology, having studied building construction, Tim Gary recognized an opportunity in a relatively new type of product: senior living communities.

Gary began his first senior living project in 1996 and has not looked back. But the industry veteran recently embarked on a new chapter, launching Galerie Living in 2017. With four communities in the Atlanta area, Galerie is poised to bring its luxe Corso brand to the Washington, D.C. metro.

And, Gary has become a tech entrepreneur with a product called Fin, an integrated technology platform purpose-built for senior living operations, which is currently being developed.

Despite the obstacles posed by Covid-19 and the intense staffing challenges facing providers, Gary is bullish on...

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