Riverview Park is a Community within a Community that allows residents the ability to create relationships with each other and the greater Community and maintain them throughout the remainder of their lives.
This is personal. This idea grew out of our own experience. We saw how connections and friendships are lost later in life due to high costs or available beds. We wanted to truly make a difference in the lives of residents by creating a campus community where residents could transition from one care level to another seamlessly while not abondoning their friends and still contributing to the community they love.
Twenty-five years of seniors’ housing experience including direct oversight of over 300 retirement and long-term care facilities in Canada and the U.S, and participated in approximately 65 development projects. Extensive experience in third party operations & asset management for a variety of well-established clients. From 2003–2011 was co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Chartwell Seniors Housing REIT. From 2003–2013 was a principal of Spectrum Seniors Housing Development Corporation. Initial education and management development was in the field of Hotel & Resort Management, with particular focus on Food & Beverage management. Nine years with Hilton International Hotels in Canada and the U.S. in a variety of positions, including Director of Food & Beverage. In addition to Gray Wave, Richard is co-founder and President of Help for Mom, an eldercare advisory service and a Director, Principal of Outbreak Control and Remediation Management Group.
Born in Seoul, South Korea, and raised in South India, Jaegap Chung began studying architecture at the University of Oregon and completed his education at the University of Toronto, where he received his Bachelor of Architecture.
Jaegap has developed his keen sense of design and project management through his work with a number of prominent Toronto architectural firms, including Giannone Architects, Montgomery Sisam Architects, and Hariri Pontarini Architects, where he worked on a variety project types and specialized in high-end residential design and project management.
In 2006, Jaegap founded JCI Architects with partner Sue Jean. He has an intuitive understanding of proportions and pays careful attention to craftsmanship and materiality, while being able to create design opportunities in unexpected places. Building on these architectural skills is his ability to forge collaborative relationships across disciplines, streamlining communication and maximizing both the value and quality of a project.