Most people know Mainstreet as a developer in the post-acute care world, and a prolific one at that. After all, it’s the company’s high-end, amenity-rich transitional care developments that have made a big splash in the industry. But Mainstreet’s most recent acquisition involved a senior living community, which features 186 independent and assisted living units. The community is located just outside of Syracuse, New York, in the town of Liverpool, and was built in phases in 1992 and 1996. Owned and operated by a locally-based manager, The Hearth, the community also carried the Enriched Housing Program licensure designation. The Hearth will lease the community back from Mainstreet, which paid approximately $33 million, or $177,419 per unit. Tim Cobb and Steve Thomes of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors handled the transaction.