Carnegie Capital Arranges $24M Bridge Loan for Senior Housing Community on Long Island
LONG ISLAND, N.Y. — Carnegie Capital has arranged a $24 million bridge loan to refinance a two-story skilled nursing and assisted living facility along the North Shore of Long Island. The borrower is a local owner-operator that has managed the property for over a decade. The community includes 324 licensed beds. The name of the facility was not disclosed. The two-year loan will restructure operating debt and fund a rehabilitation of the upper level. The note features a fixed rate with a flexible exit after the first year to give the owner the option to either refinance or dispose of the asset. JD Stettin of Carnegie Capital arranged the financing. A private bridge fund provided the capital.