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PGIM Provides $15.3M Financing for Two New Seniors Housing Communities in Kentucky

Amenities at Morning Pointe Danville include a fitness center, library, beauty salon, lounges and numerous common areas.

DANVILLE AND RUSSELL, KY. — PGIM Real Estate Finance has provided two refinancing loans for seniors housing communities in Kentucky totaling $15.3 million. The first property, Morning Pointe Danville, is a 60-unit assisted living and memory care facility that was built in 2017. PGIM provided a $7.5 million, 10-year, fixed-rate loan for the 90 percent-occupied asset, which is located in Danville near a regional medical center and 35 miles south of downtown Lexington. Amenities include a fitness center, library, beauty salon, lounges and numerous common areas. The second property is The Lantern at Morning Pointe Russell, a 44-unit memory care facility constructed in 2017 in Russell. PGIM provided a $7.8 million, 10-year, fixed-rate loan for The Lantern, which was built in 2017 and is 97.7 percent occupied. Amenities include a fitness center and security. The borrower was Tennessee-based Independent Healthcare Properties LLC, which develops, owns and operates senior care facilities under the Morning Pointe and Lantern brands.

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