Development for Denver joint venture

Development for Denver joint venture

A joint venture between three different parties enlisted the help of Aron Will from CBRE to help finance a to-be-built senior living community in Denver, Colorado. Blue Moon Capital Partners, MGL Partners and Leisure Care are set to break ground in September on a 163-unit independent living, assisted living and memory care community located near the heart of the Denver Tech Center. Mr. Will secured a $28.7 million, non-recourse floating rate loan, with a six-year term and 48 months of interest only, provided by a regional bank. The community is set to open in Spring 2017. Read More »

Blue Moon pays up out West

We discuss in the July issue of The SeniorCare Investor the lack of high-valued transactions in June (and for the rest of the year), but one notable exception was Blue Moon Capital Partners’ acquisition of two assisted living communities in high barrier-to-entry markets in California. Belmont Village Senior Living developed the two assisted living/memory care properties in Thousand Oaks, California and Scottsdale, Arizona. Built in 2011 and 2012, respectively, the communities were close to full occupancy by the time of the sale. Blue Moon Capital Partners, which matches institutional capital investors with seniors housing operators, was the buyer, with Belmont Village owning a minority... Read More »

Develop in Dover

LCB Senior Living is breaking ground on its 12th development next month in Dover, New Hampshire, with the help of a couple of partners. Cushman & Wakefield Senior Housing Capital Markets arranged a $15.1 million non-recourse construction loan to fund the development of the 76-unit senior living community. Sitting of 19.4 acres in a mixed-use development, which includes a new hotel, a medical office building, a bank and coffee shop, the building will feature independent living, assisted living and memory care services. Berkshire Bank provided the loan to LCB and its joint venture partner, Blue Moon Capital Partners. Read More »

Building Boston

Aaron Rosenzweig, Jim Dooley and Rick Swartz of Cushman & Wakefield recently arranged $16.3 million in construction financing and joint venture equity for LCB Senior Living and Blue Moon Capital Partners to develop an 80-unit senior living community in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Located about 35 miles west of Boston on a 5.4-acre site, the three-story building will feature 60 independent/assisted living units (though all AL-licensed) and 20 memory care units. C&W arranged a five-year loan at 65% loan-to-cost, provided by M&T Bank. At an estimated cost of $25 million, or $310,000 per unit, the project is expected to break ground this month, with an opening scheduled for... Read More »
Blue Moon teams with LCS

Blue Moon teams with LCS

After announcing two large development projects funded by Hawkeye Partners’s Scout Fund II last year, Boston-based Blue Moon Capital Partners will go to the well once more to build another large senior living community, this time in Katy, Texas. The project, which will cost $51.23 million, or $247,500 per unit, features 207 units of independent living, assisted living and memory care, and will be the first with joint venture partner LCS. Previously, Blue Moon teamed up with Gerald H. Phipps, Inc. and Ascent Living Communities to build a $56 million, 156-unit senior living community in Lakewood, Colorado, and with The Damone Group and Cedarbrook Senior Living to develop a 180-unit senior... Read More »