Genesis HealthCare Continues Restructuring

Genesis HealthCare announced additional changes to its capital structure and leased interests in skilled nursing facilities, all for the better. Genesis has partnered with a private investor to purchase 18 nursing facilities previously leased from Welltower and Second Spring Healthcare Investments. Genesis will have a 30% equity stake in these 18 facilities, and lease them […]

Genesis HealthCare Buys and Divests

As it continues to improve its capital structure and rationalize its lease exposure, Genesis HealthCare has joint ventured with Next Healthcare Capital to buy 15 skilled nursing facilities with 2,147 total beds previously leased from Welltower located in Pennsylvania (6), New Jersey (4), Connecticut (3), West Virginia and Massachusetts. Genesis will own a 46% stake […]

Evans Senior Investments Shows Variety In Latest Closings

Evans Senior Investments displayed some variety in its two latest transactions. First, the firm closed the sale of a 30-unit/60-bed memory care community located about five miles southwest of Las Vegas, Nevada. Built in 2010, the community was formerly owned and operated by Genesis Healthcare, and although it had 100% private pay residents, occupancy was […]

To Be Public Or Not

There are a lot of people who do not believe seniors housing and care companies should be publicly traded. It is not appropriate to try to manage quarterly revenues and profits when you are taking care of older, frail residents. And don’t forget the earnings disruptions that can be caused by new developments and the […]

The Sabra-Genesis Sales Keep On Coming

Many of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors’ closings this year have featured a publicly traded REIT divesting skilled nursing facilities (a theme in the past year), which was yet again the impetus for its latest deal. Christopher Hyldahl, Ben Firestone, Gideon Orion and Michael Segal worked on behalf of Sabra Health Care REIT to sell […]