CBRE Returns for Two More Financings

CBRE Returns for Two More Financings

The closings keep on coming for the team of Aron Will, Austin Sacco and Tim Root from CBRE National Senior Housing, which just announced two financings totaling nearly $50 million. The team first arranged $4 million in supplemental financing on behalf of Chicago Pacific Founders (CPF) for its 160-unit senior living community in Las Vegas, Nevada. Two years ago, CBRE had originated the original $13.5 million in acquisition financing for the property. Featuring both independent living and assisted living services, the community has been operated by CPF’s subsidiary Grace Management since the deal. Provided through Fannie Mae, the non-recourse loan came with a seven-year, fixed-rate term and... Read More »
Chicago Assisted Living Community In Lease-Up Sells To Joint Venture

Chicago Assisted Living Community In Lease-Up Sells To Joint Venture

A newly-opened and quickly-stabilizing assisted living community in the affluent Chicago suburb of Prospect Heights, Illinois sold with the help of Richard Swartz, Jay Wagner and Timothy Hosmer of Cushman & Wakefield. Developed in May 2017 by a joint venture between Oz Real Estate, Grandbrier Senior Living and Pathway to Living (the operator), the community features 69 assisted living and 32 memory care units. Three of the MC units featured a shared shower space between two residents, with each resident having their own bathroom and vanity. Lease-up was strong (averaging over five net move-ins per month), and by the time of the sale it was just under 70% occupied. With the current... Read More »
Pathway to Michigan

Pathway to Michigan

Jeff Binder, Brad Clousing and Ryan Saul of Senior Living Investment Brokerage represented a public REIT in their divestment of a Grand Rapids, Michigan-area assisted living/memory care community as part of a broader repositioning effort with its existing tenant portfolio. Built in 2001, the community is located in the town of Kentwood, about 10 miles south of Grand Rapids. With 103 licensed beds in 81 units, the community was struggling, with just 58% occupancy at the time of marketing and a loss of about $100,000 on $2.52 million of revenues. The new owner, Illinois-based Pathway to Living (formerly Pathway Senior Living), plans to invest capital into the physical plant and add services... Read More »