Cushman & Wakefield Recapitalizes New England Seniors Housing Portfolio

Cushman & Wakefield served as the exclusive advisor to a joint venture between LCB Senior Living and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital in their recapitalization of four New England seniors housing communities. LCB had already been operating three of the properties in Massachusetts (Ipswich) and Connecticut (South Windsor and Avon) since their construction in 2014 […]

LCB Senior Living Leaves New England For First Time

LCB Senior Living is venturing outside of New England for the first time with the help of a construction loan arranged by Cushman & Wakefield. The property in question, located in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia/Wilmington MSA), will have 84 units of independent living, assisted living and memory care services, and will be the Massachusetts-based operator’s […]

LCB Senior Living Brings Its Luxury Brand to Fairfield County

LCB Senior Living has already established itself as a luxury provider of assisted living/memory care services in New England, with 11 communities in Massachusetts, three in Vermont, two each in Connecticut and New Hampshire, and one in Rhode Island. The developer also has two construction projects in Massachusetts and one in New Hampshire. But now, […]

What Are the Memory Care Investors Saying?

On March 9th, we hosted a webinar entitled “Building or Buying Memory Care,” with moderator Steve Monroe and panelists Clint Malin of LTC Properties, Mark Myers of Marcus & Millichap, Michael Stoller of LCB Senior Living and Matthew Turner of MorningStar Senior Living. The panelists covered a range of topics (you can listen to the discussion here) including the risks […]

Memory Care: Buy or Build?

Investors in seniors housing have been flocking to the memory care market, as the sector has experienced unprecedented growth since the Great Recession. They are attracted to its need-based demand, higher rents, private payors and apparent dearth in supply in a number of markets (though given the amount of construction in the last few years […]

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 […]

ROC Buys StoneRidge

In Mystic, Connecticut, a 267-unit entrance fee CCRC experienced a shift in ownership when ROC Seniors Housing Fund Manager bought out Westminster Capital’s majority stake in the community for an undisclosed price. Life Care Services will stay one as the minority owner and manager. The property was developed by LCS Development in three phases starting […]

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 […]