John Randolph and Laura Conway of KeyBank Real Estate Capital’s Healthcare Group closed a couple of transactions, both involving HUD refinances. Trilogy Health Services was the borrower in both of the transactions. It first refinanced its 132-bed healthcare campus in Noblesville, Indiana with a $9.6 million loan. The facility was built in 2010 and features 49 skilled nursing, 33 assisted living and 29 memory care units. Trilogy also received a $5.7 million loan to refinance its Lafayette, Indiana skilled nursing facility. With 71 beds, it was originally built in 1969 but recently renovated in 2010. Both loans (which have 35-year amortization schedules) will also fund some repairs at the properties. With Mainstreet introducing so many of its state-of-the-art transitional care properties in the state, some of which are operated by Trilogy, many older facilities likely need more than repairs to remain competitive.