• Southern California CCRC Refinances and Expands with Truist Financing

    To support the refinance and expansion of a not-for-profit CCRC in southern California, Truist Financial Corporation announced that it served as the sole lender of a $42.4 million loan. Originally developed in 1947, the community has grown on its 50-acre campus in La Verne, California to include 226 independent living units, 48 assisted living... Read More »
  • Blueprint Sells Oregon Community

    A memory care community in Coos Bay, Oregon may have closed a couple of years ago, but a new owner recently took over the building thanks to Dan Mahoney and Blake Bozett of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors. Built in 1998, this 55-unit memory care community is located in Coos Bay on the central Oregon coast. Its previous owner originally... Read More »
  • New Jersey SNF Gets HUD Refinance

    Cambridge Realty Capital Companies secured a HUD refinance for a 102-bed skilled nursing facility in Madison, New Jersey. Previously owned by Extended Care Clinical, the facility last sold in 2016 for $8.3 million, or $81,400 per bed, to a family owner/operator.   Built in 1947 with 102 beds in two stories, the facility provides both short- and... Read More »
  • Home Health Care & Hospice Sees Busy M&A Week

    It was a busy week for home health & hospice (HH&H) transactions. Results from our Deal Search Online database show there were four announced last week alone, half of September’s total so far. Half of the deals were completed by private equity-backed companies, which highlights the continued interest in HH&H from PE firms.  Jet... Read More »
  • Many Impacts of COVID, But “Stupidity” Factor May Grow

    The views on where we are in this pandemic are bifurcating, just like in the acquisition market, but we are also dealing with the “stupidity” factor. Just like in the acquisition market, where values and cap rates have been bifurcating between the top “A” properties and the rest of the market, so are opinions as to the current state... Read More »
Cushman & Wakefield Arrange Financing for Stabilizing Property

Cushman & Wakefield Arrange Financing for Stabilizing Property

A 195-unit senior living community still in lease-up just refinanced its construction debt with the help of its advisors: Richard Swartz, Jay Wagner and Jim Dooley of the Cushman & Wakefield Senior Housing Capital Markets team. A partnership between Pike Senior Housing Partners and operator Solvere Senior Living developed the community in Hamilton, New Jersey, about 11 miles from Princeton, at a cost of $59.1 million, or just over $300,000 per unit. They opened the independent living units first, in November 2017, and followed that up with the licensed assisted living and memory care units in April 2018. Rents begin at $2,800 for IL, $3,950 for AL and $5,600 for MC. Occupancy is... Read More »
Capital One Finances Caddis Construction Project

Capital One Finances Caddis Construction Project

A large senior living community being developed by Caddis in partnership with operator Solvere Senior Living is going up in Venice, Florida thanks in part to a construction loan provided by Capital One. Totaling $35.7 million, the loan will finance the 181-unit project, which will feature independent living, assisted living and memory care services upon completion in Summer 2020. Although managed by Solvere, the three-story community will operate under Caddis’ “Heartis” brand. It boasts water views, and will feature large common areas, a beauty/barber shop and game rooms, among other amenities. Read More »
New Seniors Housing Investor In The Old Dominion

New Seniors Housing Investor In The Old Dominion

There’s a new entrant in the seniors housing industry by the name of Bonaventure Realty Group. Coming from the multifamily space, like many new seniors housing investors these days, Arlington, Virginia-based Bonaventure plans to open its first independent living community further south in the town of Henrico (Richmond MSA). Featuring 148 one- and two-bedroom units, the community (called Aspire at Carriage Hill) will host a number of amenities, including an indoor pool, salon and spa, fitness center, patio, gazebo and outdoor dining with a fire pit, among others. Amenities from the adjacent gated 55+ apartment complex will also be available to residents. The total cost is estimated to be... 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 Senior Living Builds In Its Own Backyard

Solvere Senior Living Builds In Its Own Backyard

Solvere Senior Living is following up on a busy 2017 with a new 195-unit seniors housing development in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, at a cost of nearly $60 million, or just over $300,000 per unit. Opening next month, the community will feature 96 independent living, 75 assisted living and 24 memory care units, with a host of amenities and dining options. Despite Solvere’s being based in nearby Princeton, this will actually be the company’s first foray into the Garden State, with communities already in Virginia, West Virginia, New York, Maryland and Indiana. The opening comes on the heels of several other projects that Solvere has in its pipeline with a number of development partners. It... Read More »