Inspirit In Pennsylvania

Inspirit Senior Living just doubled its portfolio (to four properties), expanded its joint venture partnership with Care Investment Trust and grew its geographic reach with the acquisition of two personal care communities in Pennsylvania. Since being founded in 2015 by Greenfield Senior Living veteran David McHarg, Inspirit has taken a slow and steady approach to its growth, acquiring its first property in November 2016 (a 75-unit assisted living community in Winchester, Virginia for $9.38 million, or $125,070 per unit) and its second in February 2017 (a 120-unit AL/memory care community in Bartlett, Tennessee for $10 million, or $83,330 per unit). The two communities were considered... Read More »
Aron Will Finances Pennsylvania Acquisition

Aron Will Finances Pennsylvania Acquisition

We learned of Care Investment Trust (CIT) and Greenfield Senior Living’s joint venture acquisition of a 120-unit personal care/assisted living and memory care community in Lansdale, Pennsylvania back in January, but just recently bubbling to the surface was the news that Aron Will of CBRE arranged financing for it. Through a regional bank, Mr. Will secured a $10 million, floating-rate loan, with a five-year term and 12 months of interest only. Currently, the community is just 61% occupied based on 150 licensed beds, which Greenfield intends to improve. The operator will also change the name to Greenfield Senior Living of Lansdale. With the joint venture between CIT and Greenfield looking... Read More »

The Hollinger Group exits the seniors housing market

Last month, we wrote about Care Investment Trust’s purchase of the Hollinger South Portfolio, which included five properties in South Carolina (4) and Florida (1) and sold for $29.1 million, or $103,000 per unit. This month, the remaining senior living properties owned by The Hollinger Group, dubbed The Hollinger North Portfolio, were sold to Care Investment Trust, a subsidiary of Tiptree Financial, Inc., for $54.48 million, or about $181,000 per unit, with a 7.5% cap rate. The communities, which consisted of 299 units of assisted living and memory care units, were located in Maryland (3), New Jersey (1), Pennsylvania (1) and Virginia (1). Average occupancy was around 94% and the... Read More »