CBRE Refinances Luxury Texas CCRC

CBRE Refinances Luxury Texas CCRC

Four years after he arranged construction financing for a to-be-built rental CCRC in Houston, Texas, Aron Will of CBRE is refinancing the property on behalf of its owners, joint venture partners Bridgewood Property Company and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital. Located in the affluent Houston neighborhood of River Oaks, the property opened in 2017 with 198 units, the majority being independent living, with assisted living and memory care units too. Bridgewood’s wholly-owned management affiliate, Retirement Center Management, operated the community since inception. In 2015, Mr. Will had arranged a $49.7 million floating-rate loan, with a six-year term, 48 months of interest only and an... Read More »

Greystone’s giant deal

Greystone Real Estate Advisors certainly ended May with a bang, closing the largest transaction of the month at a value of $210 million, or $202,117 per unit. Involving seven senior living communities in Texas and one in Oklahoma City, the sold portfolio was owned by Harrison Street Real Estate Capital and Bridgewood Property Company. Built between 1989 and 2000, it included 1,039 total units, with two independent living communities, three independent/assisted living communities and three that included independent living, assisted living and memory care services. Texas-based Cardinal Bay was the buyer, which will retain Retirement Center Management as operator. Cody Tremper of Greystone... Read More »

Sell on top, or near it

Despite many believing we have already reached the peak, pricing-wise, in the seniors housing M&A market, it is still a very good time to sell. That is at least what SRP Medical was banking on when it sold its newly built 108-unit assisted living/memory care community to a joint venture between Harrison Street Real Estate Capital and Bridgewood Property Company. Opened in 2013, the community features 60 AL units and 48 MC units and is located near The Woodlands, Texas, in the town of Spring, an area which has seen plenty of seniors housing construction recently. A change in operators a year after opening caused some marketing issues, which contributed to bringing occupancy down to 50%.... Read More »

High-quality property opening in high-income area

One of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the country will soon open its first seniors housing community. River Oaks (in Houston, Texas), the most affluent community in the state of Texas, and among the top ten in the United States, with real estate values ranging from $1 million to over $20 million, is the home to The Village of River Oaks, a 195-unit independent living/assisted living/memory care community to be built by a joint venture between Bridgewood Property Company and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital. The property, featuring 99 IL, 68 AL and 28 MC units, will be managed by an affiliate of Bridgewood, Retirement Center Management, which manages senior living communities in Texas... Read More »