• Q2 Senior Care M&A Falls To Seven-Year Low

    Well, we can’t say we aren’t surprised. COVID-19 and the economic ramifications stemming from social distancing and quarantine measures took a toll on seniors housing and care M&A, leaving the sector with just 59 publicly announced transactions in the second quarter. Back in early April, we said the second quarter’s deal total would... Read More »
  • Senior Living Investment Brokerage Announces Four Closings

    The floodgates opened at Senior Living Investment Brokerage. Just as we entered July, the firm announced four closings for three skilled nursing facilities and a memory care community. Jason Punzel, Brad Goodsell and Vince Viverito first represented a local owner/operator in their sale of a 59-unit memory care community in Springfield, Oregon... Read More »
  • Blueprint Handles Large Pacific Northwest Disposition

    Amy Sitzman, Dan Mahoney and Blake Bozett of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors handled the sale of eight small assisted living communities divided evenly between Washington and Oregon. News of the deal came out in June with two separate acquisition financing announcements from JD Stettin of Carnegie Capital, the first for the Oregon... Read More »
  • Returning Home To Assisted Living

    After being pulled out of her assisted living community because of the pandemic, a mother asks to return “home.” In the June issue of The SeniorCare Investor we wrote about how an industry professional lost the argument with his younger sister about moving their mother out of her assisted living community and into the sister’s home.... Read More »
  • Fairstead Acquires Another Section 8 Senior Apartment Community

    It’s been less than a month since Fairstead, a fully-integrated real estate firm focused on the development, acquisition and operation of affordable and mixed-income housing, purchased a 123-unit affordable senior apartment complex in Sunrise, Florida. But, the firm is doubling down on its strategy and acquired another complex in South Florida. ... Read More »
Solvere Living Adds Three More Communities

Solvere Living Adds Three More Communities

After 10 years in business, Solvere Living continues to expand its portfolio of managed senior living communities, recently adding three more in Texas and Florida to bring its total to 15 properties across eight states. The Texas community is located in Plano near three major medical centers. It features 44 assisted living and 21 memory care units on a four-acre campus. Then, Solvere added two Florida facilities. One, with 83 assisted living and 38 memory care units, is located in Jensen Beach (Port St. Lucie area) and features amenities including a pool, salon, spa, putting green and an outdoor entertainment center, among others. There is also an in-house rehabilitation clinic for... Read More »
Building in Tampa Bay Area

Building in Tampa Bay Area

The Tampa Bay seniors housing market continues to grow, marked most recently by a brand-new assisted living and memory care community developed by Pridgen Development and equity investor Lindell Investments, called Tessera of Brandon. The $28 million, 107,000 square-foot community in the town of Brandon was funded by a $21 million, five-year loan provided by Hancock Bank and designed by Bessolo Design Group to include a total of 138 units, 89 of which are assisted living apartments, and the other 49 units are for memory care, with several different floorplans available. Its per-unit cost (at $202,900) is above the average cost for like-projects in the area, which currently stands at... Read More »
Solvere’s Southeast Strategy

Solvere’s Southeast Strategy

Through a number of partnerships, Solvere Senior Living expanded its presence in three states by taking over management of three to-be-built assisted living/memory care communities in Florida (2) and Texas, and two existing independent living communities in Virginia. New Jersey-based Solvere has steadily grown its portfolio since its launch in 2009, with five senior living communities in five states (Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, New York and Indiana) that it operates as either a third-party manager or an equity partner. However, by the end of 2018, Solvere expects to add five more properties to its portfolio. Lindell Investments, Inc. partnered with Solvere to develop the communities... Read More »