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Growing older…living with spirit

For more than 40 years, Avinity, formerly known as Twin City Christian Homes, has been developing and managing independent senior living communities throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area. In 2012, Avinity also expanded its independent senior living options into greater Minnesota. We combine extensive management experience with a compassionate faith-based environment to create exceptional communities where aging is all about living well. Older adults can thrive in their social, spiritual and personal lives, and their families can have the peace of mind knowing their loved ones are safe, secure and well cared for. 

Experience, commitment, compassionate care

Skilled administrators manage each of our senior housing communities and supervise on-site staff to ensure they meet the highest standards of management and customer service. Each community has a live-in caretaker to handle after-hours emergencies and a chaplain who provides non-denominational spiritual care for the residents.

Avinity staff are experienced in operating a home care agency as well as other supportive services such as dining programs, transportation, activities and social services. We believe these valuable services help residents live healthier, more active and more fulfilling lives. Avinity also provides professional contract management, including a full range of administrative, property management and financial services.

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At the core of Avinity


Inspired by God’s love, Avinity creates communities for older adults that nurture body, soul and spirit. We do that by embracing these core values:

  • Excellence - we have high standards; we seek to be innovative.
  • Compassion - we open our hearts to residents, caring for the whole person - body, soul and spirit.
  • Respect - we hear and support the needs of others; we work to build trust.
  • Integrity - we consistently adhere to high ethical standards and best practices.
  • Fellowship - we encourage an inclusive, spiritual community.
  • Stewardship - we use our resources prudently.

 

Our History

Committed to living with spirit for over 40 years

Our story begins in 1970, which is when Avinity, formerly known as Twin City Christian Homes (TCCH), was founded. With a clear vision for the future and a desire to help seniors, we built our first senior living community in 1984. Currently, there are six communities in the Avinity family serving more than 450 residents. We have seen tremendous growth over our 50 years and we are thankful for the many blessings we have received. We welcome all youthful spirits to be a part of our family as we continue to make history together.

A History of Serving Seniors


2020

Avinity transitioned management of Havenwood of Richfield to Ebenezer.

Avinity consolidated Golden Oaks of Hermantown into Golden Oaks of Proctor.

Avinity acquired Riverwood Village of Cambridge, a 45-unit Independent Living rental community.

2019

Avinity sold LEE Center of Hibbing and Edendale of Eden Prairie to CC Investment Group

Avinity consummated a 50/50 partnership with Presbyterian Homes and Services to focus on growth in affordable housing

2018

Avinity began managing Havenwood, an 88-unit Independent, Assisted and Memory Care community located in Richfield, MN.

Avinity assisted Northland team with sale and management transition to Spectrum Health Companies.

2017

Avinity’s portfolio included 11 senior living communities across the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota area.

2015

Avinity began managing three 20-unit assisted living communities for Northland Foundation in Buhl, Hoyt Lakes and McGregor, MN.

Avinity began managing Mill Pond Gables of Champlin, a 48-unit independent senior living community.

Avinity began managing Golden Oaks Advanced Assisted Living, two 30-unit communities located in Hermantown & Proctor near Duluth, MN.

2012

Avinity acquired LEE Center of Hibbing, a 95-unit independent living rental community, which provides subsidized housing for older adults.

2011

Twin City Christian Homes changed its name to Avinity.

2000

TCCH and the City of Blaine opened a 102-unit independent living rental community, Cloverleaf Courts of Blaine.

TCCH opened Mainstreet Village of Richfield, a 130-unit independent living rental community and a 31-unit assisted living program in Richfield.

1997

TCCH opened a 102-unit independent living rental community in Minnetonka, WestRidge of Minnetonka.

1995

TCCH opened a 105-unit independent living rental community in Shoreview, Scandia Shores of Shoreview.

1990

TCCH began providing management services to the municipal owners of Blaine Courts of Blaine, a 54-unit independent living community.

1984

Edendale Residence of Eden Prairie, a 61-unit independent living rental community, opened to provide subsidized housing for older adults.