Management at Park Vista won't change


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Posted Online: Oct. 24, 2013, 6:17 pm
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By Eric Timmons, etimmons@qconline.com
EAST MOLINE -- Assisted living community Park Vista of Quad Cities will remain under the same management company, although it now has a new owner.

The facility is operated by Park Vista Senior Housing Management LLC, and they will continue in that role, a spokesman said.

Park Vista of Quad Cities was sold for $17.9 million in a foreclosure sale on Oct. 15 to AnchorBank, of Wisconsin. An AnchorBank official emphasized that residents will see no change in the operation of the retirement community.

Park Vista of Quad Cities is an assisted and independent living center with 196 units at 1451 20th Ave., East Moline.

















 



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