A 96-unit assisted living community in Glen Cove, New York undergoing an expansion to add a dedicated memory care wing also refinanced with HUD at the same time. The community, built in 1992 and owned by the not-for-profit National Healthplex, Inc., sought to repay existing municipal bonds, as well as to fund the conversion/rehabilitation project. Josh Hausfeld of Pillar originated a $32.5 million HUD loan, with a 40-year term. The financing was more complicated than usual, with a ground lease on the project land, a payment in-lieu of taxes (PILOT) agreement, and the existing tax-exempt bonds issued by Glen Cove Industrial Development Agency. Following the expansion, the community will total 132 units.