In 2018 Transforming Age welcomed their latest affiliate, The Gardens at Juanita Bay, an assisted living community located adjacent to a Lake Washington waterfront park.
In 2019, Transforming Age announced a partnership with Seismic, an apparel company making clothes fused with discreet robotic muscles to create Powered Clothing™. Together they opened Seismic’s first-ever brick-and-mortar boutique studio at Skyline.
Transforming Age welcomes Downtown Action to Save Housing (DASH), adding 13 affordable housing and workforce housing communities to the Transforming Age network. The affiliation also brings an addition 1600 residents.
In 2021, Transforming Age and SHAG (Sustainable Housing for Ageless Generations) announced their affiliation in a strategic move to further their shared goal of helping older adults sustain housing, essential services and social connection.
Norse Home joins Transforming Age. Norse Home, which overlooks the Puget Sound in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, has roots dating back to 1957 when it opened to care for the aging Norwegian community. Today the community is home to 88 residents from all backgrounds.