Berkeley Point Capital Provides $15M Refinancing Loan for 231-Unit Seniors Housing Complex in Dayton

by Christina Cannon

DAYTON, OHIO — Berkeley Point Capital has provided a $15 million refinancing loan through Freddie Mac for a seniors housing complex in Dayton. Wilmington Place is a 231-unit facility that was constructed in the 1850s. The building was previously used as an insane asylum and then converted into the Dayton State Hospital, which closed in 1978. The building was added to the National Historic Register the following year. Wilmington Place is situated on 24 acres and consists of 22 memory care units, 58 assisted living units and 151 independent living units that provide over 30 different floor plans. The property is licensed for 90 Alzheimer’s beds with the Ohio Department of Health. The fixed-rate loan features a 20-year term.

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