A senior living community in Jacksonville, Florida with an unusual set-up traded hands with the help of Greystone. Owned by a publicly traded REIT, the 245-unit community was built 30 years ago on 14 acres, and provides independent living, assisted living and memory care. The Brookdale-operated campus is spread out among 12 residential buildings and one common area building. Despite upgrades made to the resident units, common areas and building exteriors in recent years, the community sold for $21.5 million, or $87,755 per unit, to a private equity firm. Cary Tremper of Greystone arranged the nonrecourse acquisition financing through a regional bank, while Cody Tremper and Mike Garbers represented the seller in the transaction.