Oregon Operator Refinances Bond Debt

The long-term owner of an assisted living/memory care community in Oregon went to MidCap Financial to help recapture equity for its other development projects and to fund property improvements. Caring Places, an operator of 11 communities in Washington and Oregon, secured a $4.65 million floating-rate loan, with a three-year term, to refinance bond debt on […]

MidCap Financial Arranges Acquisition Financing For Southwest Senior Living

MidCap Financial worked on behalf of Palatine Capital Partners Management to arrange financing for the purchase of a senior living community in the Southwest. Palatine, an investment firm focused on small- and mid-cap real estate assets, acquired a 145-unit senior living community that is roughly split evenly between independent living and assisted living. Well-located and […]

MidCap Financial Finances Georgia Portfolio Acquisition

Lawrence “Lory” Brin of MidCap Financial recently helped facilitate Artemis Real Estate Partners and Allegro Senior Living’s acquisition of three Atlanta-area assisted living communities by arranging an $18.25 million loan. The floating rate first mortgage will also enable the buyers to reposition the communities

CFG Capital Markets Advises on Seniors Housing Sale

We typically see Capital Funding Group in the financing side of the business, boasting a steady stream of agency and bridge loan closings of late. But CFG Capital Markets, its investment banking and securities subsidiary, has just announced they represented the seller in its disposition of two seniors housing communities operated by Oxford Senior Living. […]

MidCap acquires HUD lender Pineview

With HUD transaction volume expected to rise in the senior care industry, following the recent debt-seasoning requirement (among other) changes, it’s no wonder MidCap Financial wants to establish a presence there in acquiring Pineview Capital Group, an experienced Denver-based HUD lender. With the benefit of its balance sheet, MidCap already boasts an array of services, […]

MOB to Senior Living?

Monarch Senior Living is trying something new in seniors housing development. The company acquired a vacant 17,800 square-foot medical office building (MOB) in La Jolla, California for $7.115 million, which it plans to convert into a 26-unit/44-bed memory care community. Monarch will own the community with Menlo Park, California-based real estate equity sponsor HG Capital, […]