One of the larger acquirers of the past few years, but that has been taking somewhat of a breather in 2016, may be back on the deal hunt soon. ROC Seniors Housing Fund Manager, LLC, whose parent company is Bridge Investment Group Partners, was quite active in the couple of years following its end-of-2013 creation, acquiring 43 senior living properties in 2014 and 2015 alone. Based on disclosed prices in our database, ROC also spent nearly a half billion in those two years. However, in 2016, the investor has so far only announced two transactions, each including a single CCRC, but both without a disclosed price. We should hopefully see some new announcements coming, with ROC’s parent company launching a $2 billion initiative to invest in seniors housing and healthcare properties.