Capital Health Group Kicks Off Northeast Strategy

Nearly a decade on from its last New England acquisition, Capital Health Group added three senior living communities in Rhode Island to its portfolio. The private equity firm has big plans for the properties, expecting to reposition them through $14.9 million in extensive renovations and a change to the programming mix to better meet market […]

KeyBank and Capital Health Group Team For Success

KeyBank Real Estate Capital pulled doubly duty for its client, Capital Health Group (CHG), in arranging an acquisition loan to fund the company’s purchase of three senior living communities in southeastern Pennsylvania, and then turning around to refinance the loan through multiple Fannie Mae financings. This is not the first we have heard of CHG’s […]

The Keys to Success

At a time when seniors housing values are still around a record-high (averaging nearly $200,000 per unit for assisted living and over $230,000 per unit for independent living in the four quarters ended September 30, 2016), a group of local operators in Pennsylvania is exiting the market. Of course, owning four recently built, well performing […]

Freddie and the Queen

HFF recently announced the closing of a sale that we reported on in the January issue of The SeniorCare Investor (but didn’t have full details). The acquired 93-unit assisted living/memory care community is located in the Upper Queen Anne neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, and sold for $36.25 million, or $390,200 per unit, to Washington D.C.-based […]

Seattle sale

Capitol Seniors Housing’s second investment in the Seattle MSA was financed with the help of Aron Will of CBRE National Senior Housing, who arranged a $20.12 million non-recourse, floating rate loan with a five-year term and 36-months of interest-only, provided by a national bank. The acquired community is located in the town of Mukilteo, Washington […]

High value in Seattle

Capitol Seniors Housing saw potential in a well performing senior living community in Seattle, Washington, shelling out $26 million, or $218,500 per unit, for it. Built in 2006, the four-story, 119-unit building has mostly assisted living, with some independent living, as well as 20 memory care units. Also, with the owner both developing the property […]

Harrison Street makes an exit…and a return

An assisted living community in Mesa, Arizona has evolved a lot over its 30-year history. Built in 1985 as low-income housing, it was converted to seniors housing in 1996. Between 2003 and 2007, the owner at the time invested $5 million in renovations that allowed them to more than double rents in that time. Then, […]