Monticello Asset Management and its affiliates provided $15.8 million in first lien debt to finance the acquisition of three assisted living/memory care communities in Tennessee. Totaling 126 units, the communities will also be renovated thanks to funds from this transaction. The borrower was an experienced owner/operator of seniors housing communities with a portfolio of more than 1,100 units, inclusive of recent acquisitions.
This is the second Tennessee transaction closed by Monticello this month. The earlier deal consisted of $16.68 million of first lien debt for the refinance of two skilled nursing facilities and 303 total beds in the state. That transaction also included a $3 million working capital loan for the operating companies of the properties.