Capital Health Group and AEW Capital Management Sell Florida Communities

Capital Health Group and AEW Capital Management Sell Florida Communities

We just learned of the sellers in Sino-Ocean Capital and Meridian Senior Living’s acquisition of two seniors housing communities in Florida. After funding the land acquisition and development of the two communities, Capital Health Group and AEW Capital Management are selling the properties for an undisclosed amount. The deal involved a 106-unit community in Fort Lauderdale built in 2016 and a 132-unit community in Boca Raton just opened last year, both operating under the “Symphony” brand. They were both well occupied. The buyers engaged Capital One to serve as administrative agent for a large multi-purpose financing package. The $108.9 million loan will be used to... Read More »
Cooper City Community Sold to Artemis Real Estate Partners

Cooper City Community Sold to Artemis Real Estate Partners

Artemis Real Estate Partners recently acquired a 120-unit assisted living/memory care community in Cooper City, Florida (Broward County) for approximately $37.5 million, or $312,500 per unit. AEW Capital Management was the seller, having purchased the original site in 2015 for $2.5 million and developed the community in 2017. Senior Lifestyle Corporation operates the community. Artemis reportedly took out a $23.4 million loan to finance the acquisition. Rents start at $4,000 at the community, which features amenities such as a barber shop, card room, business center and a fitness center. The community also provides physical, occupational and speech therapy, catering for private functions,... Read More »
Welltower Pays $100 Million-Plus for Denver Community

Welltower Pays $100 Million-Plus for Denver Community

Welltower has picked up a Denver, Colorado senior living property to the tune of $118 million, or roughly $581,000 per unit. Originally built by the seller, AEW, in late 2014 for approximately $74 million, the community featured 203 total units with a mix of independent living, assisted living and memory care and was operated by Balfour Senior Living. AEW had purchased the land back in 2012 for $9.4 million. It is located in a highly desirable downtown Denver neighborhood adjacent to the 17-acre Confluence Park, which can help explain its high per-unit value. Read More »
CBRE Finances Change of Ownership at California Community

CBRE Finances Change of Ownership at California Community

Just over a year after opening, a 130-unit senior living community in Folsom, California (Sacramento MSA) has already stabilized, leaving one of its partners to look for an exit. A joint venture between developer Tenfold (formerly Shamrock Holdings), operator Artēgan and a global investment manager originally opened the community in February 2017 and oversaw an impressive lease-up, topping 90% occupancy. Featuring independent living, assisted living and memory care services, the community offered a continuum of care approach unique to its local market, which surely helped fill units. But the global investment manager partner sought an exit, and AEW Capital Management took its place. Aron... Read More »
Will New Records Be Set in 2018?

Will New Records Be Set in 2018?

On Thursday, February 15, our Editor Steve Monroe moderated a 90-minute webinar titled “Will New Records Be Set? The Numbers, the Deals, the Stats on all Seniors Housing and Care M&A,” with a panel of experts to discuss the 2017 seniors housing and care M&A market, with pricing statistics from our upcoming Senior Care Acquisition Report, to be published next month. There were a few records set in 2017 (for details on those records, check out either the webinar or the Report), but with labor, occupancy, overdevelopment and interest rate headwinds facing the seniors housing and care industry, would that robust M&A market continue into 2018? That’s what our panel of experts,... Read More »