Frontier Management Sells The Frontier Four

Frontier Management just sold four of its Pacific Northwest seniors housing communities to a publicly-traded REIT but won’t be exiting entirely. In addition to continuing as the operator, Frontier also retained a joint venture ownership interest in the portfolio. Totaling 139 assisted living and memory care units (244 beds), these communities are located in Burlington […]

Hunt Real Estate Capital Rises in Phoenix

Nearly a year on from its departure from RED Capital Group, the Kathryn Burton Gray-led team at Hunt Real Estate Capital closed a $7.0 million bridge loan to fund the acquisition of a 44-unit memory care community in Phoenix, Arizona. Brady Johnson originated the deal, with help from Ms. Burton Gray and Michael Jones, working […]

Frontier Moving Forward With Financing From Columbia Pacific Advisors

Fresh off of Frontier Management’s ownership restructuring, it was business as usual for the firm, which obtained financing for its newly opened standalone memory care community in Tucson, Arizona. Columbia Pacific Advisors, though its bridge lending platform, CPIF Lending, provided the $6.225 million loan, with a 24-month interest only term and a 12-month extension, to […]

Live Oak Bank Flourishes This Summer

Showing off its versatility, Live Oak Bank facilitated acquisition financing for two separate, and very different, transactions. First, the bank provided a cash flow balance sheet loan to support a partner buy-out at Frontier Management. Formation Capital had owned a 50% stake in the senior living operator, but with this transaction, Frontier’s founder and CEO, […]

Caddis Recapitalizes Five “Heartis” Seniors Housing Communities

Caddis just recapitalized five of its brand-new seniors housing communities in Texas. We’ve written about the “Heartis” brand (and Caddis-developed) before, which continues to grow in a number of Texas markets. The five properties just recapitalized are located in Amarillo, Cleburne (Fort Worth MSA), Conroe (Houston MSA), Cypress (Houston), and Fort Worth, a number of […]

American Realty Capital still in the big leagues

We wrote a few months ago that American Realty Capital Healthcare Trust appeared to be going strategic in their deal making, meaning they were purchasing smaller one-off communities rather than the larger portfolio sales they were known for. In fact, in all of their deals before 2015 (going back to their first transaction in 2012), […]

Harrison Street makes an exit…and a return

An assisted living community in Mesa, Arizona has evolved a lot over its 30-year history. Built in 1985 as low-income housing, it was converted to seniors housing in 1996. Between 2003 and 2007, the owner at the time invested $5 million in renovations that allowed them to more than double rents in that time. Then, […]