We wrote earlier this month of Capitol Seniors Housing’s large acquisition in the Seattle area, which involved four communities and some 368 units of assisted and independent living for a purchase price of $78 million, or $211,957 per unit. It turns out Aron Will of CBRE financed the transaction on behalf of the joint venture between Capitol Seniors Housing and The Carlyle Group. Mr. Will secured more than $60 million in non-recourse, floating-rate financing, with a five-year term and 36 months of interest only. Approximately $51.9 million of the loan will go towards financing the acquisition, and another $8 million will be allocated for planned capital improvements. The properties were built from 1989 to 2005, with various additions in that time, but the buyer expects to convert a number of units to assisted living and memory care, as well as renovate the common areas. MBK Senior Living will manage the portfolio.