SANDWICH, MASS. — MassHousing has provided $6.2 million in financing for Shawme Heights Apartments, a 44-unit affordable seniors housing complex located in the Cape Cod town of Sandwich. The borrower, nonprofit owner-operator Sandwich Senior Housing Corp., will use the proceeds to refinance existing debt and fund capital improvements. Specific upgrades will target unit interiors, building exteriors, elevators, common areas and building systems like security, backup electricity and medical alert.
PFLUGERVILLE, TEXAS — Cambridge Realty Capital (CRC), a lender with offices in Chicago and Los Angeles, has provided a $2.1 million HUD-insured loan for the refinancing of Wells Point Lodge, a 60-bed seniors housing complex located in the northern Austin suburb of Pflugerville. Anthony Marino of CRC originated the 35-year loan through HUD’s 232/223(f) program. The borrower was an undisclosed, Texas-based limited liability company.
BOSTON — Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors has brokered the sale of a 53-bed skilled nursing facility located just south of downtown Boston. The building was originally constructed in 1960, spans over 18,000 square feet and features a variety of unit configurations. The buyer was an undisclosed family office that intends to convert the property into traditional multifamily housing. Details on the seller and sales price were not disclosed. Kyle Hallion and Michael Segal led the Blueprint team on the transaction.
SAGINAW, TEXAS — Dallas-based developer Journey Capital has broken ground on the third phase of development at Edition of Saginaw Senior Living, located just north of Fort Worth. The project will add 36 independent living cottages to the property. Journey Capital unveiled Phase I of the Edition of Saginaw Senior Living community in January 2022, featuring 22 independent living cottages. Phase II, which is currently under construction, will add a 71-bed assisted living and memory care facility by the end of this year.
Hoffman, ESL to Develop 15-Story Seniors Housing Project at West Falls Development in Northern Virginia
FALLS CHURCH, VA. — Hoffman & Associates and Experience Senior Living (ESL) plan to co-develop The Reserve at Falls Church, a 15-story seniors housing project within the 10-acre West Falls mixed-use development underway in Northern Virginia. The Reserve will feature more than 200 units of independent living, assisted living and memory care residences. Amenities will include a spa with a saltwater pool and fitness center, multiple onsite restaurants, a sky bar, maker space, concierge floors and electric vehicle transportation services. Aside from the seniors housing component, West Falls will feature apartments, condominiums, shops, restaurants, service retailers, a hotel and a medical office building, along with a central 18,000-square-foot outdoor community gathering space. Hoffman and ESL aim to open The Reserve in fourth-quarter 2026.
DEER PARK, N.Y. — CBRE has brokered the sale of Sutton Landing at Deer Park, a 200-unit active adult complex on Long Island. The age-restricted property was built in 2021 and offers amenities such as a pool, fitness center, game room, outdoor grilling and dining stations and a leasing office. Aron Will, John Sweeny and Scott Bray of CBRE represented the seller, a partnership between local developer B2K Development and Chicago-based investment firm Harrison Street, in the transaction. Shawn Rosenthal, Jason Gaccione, Jake Salkovitz, Aron Will, Matthew Kuronen and Michael Cregan of CBRE originated Freddie Mac acquisition financing on behalf of the buyer, Fairfield Properties.
YONKERS, N.Y. — Rockabill and BWE have provided a $16.9 million Fannie Mae loan for the refinancing of Monastery Manor, a 147-unit affordable seniors housing property located just north of New York City in Yonkers. Units are designated for persons 62 years and older who earn no more than 50 percent of the area median income (AMI). The borrower, nonprofit owner-operator Finian Sullivan Corp., will use a portion of the proceeds to fund renovations and extend the property’s affordability status. Jim Gillespie and Ilya Weinstein of BWE originated the loan.
CORAL GABLES, FLA. — Belmont Village Senior Living, in partnership with Baptist Health South Florida, has opened Belmont Village Senior Living Coral Gables, a 232-unit seniors housing community located at 4111 Salzedo St. in Coral Gables. Corwil Architects designed the South Florida property, which features independent living, assisted living and memory care residences across 10 stories. Amenities at the community, which also offers ground-floor retail space, include indoor and outdoor socialization spaces, a pool surrounded by a full-service bistro and bar, outdoor lounge with a dining area and barbecue kitchen, fitness room, outdoor movie lawn, putting green, screening room, dog park and a beauty salon. As part of the collaboration with Baptist Health South Florida, Belmont Village Coral Gables will offer direct access to Live Healthy by Baptist Health, with Baptist Health Primary Care onsite. Moss Construction was the general contractor for the project.
HOUSTON — A subsidiary of The Ensign Group Inc. (NASDAQ: ENSG) has acquired the real estate and operations of Champions Healthcare at Willowbrook, a 242-bed seniors housing property located in northwest Houston. The healthcare campus consists of a 98-bed skilled nursing facility and a 144-bed assisted living facility. The seller and sales price were not disclosed.
WINCHESTER, VA. — Ziegler has arranged $52.5 million in bond financing for Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury (SVWC), a senior housing development located in Winchester, approximately 70 miles west of the Washington, D.C. metro area. Constructed in 1982, the 87-acre property features 217 independent living units (164 apartments and 53 cottages), 48 assisted living units, 12 memory care units and 51 skilled nursing beds. Currently, an independent living villa apartment expansion project is underway at the development. Ziegler financed the first phase, which includes 48 new independent living villa apartments, in 2022. The second phase of the project is being financed with the new bonds and includes an additional 49 independent living villa apartments, for which SVWC issued two tranches of draw-down bank loans that were purchased by Atlantic Union Bank and Pinnacle Financial Partners. The two tranches include a $27.5 million, 10-year bank commitment period with an accreting swap that mitigates interest rate risk through the bank commitment period and a $25 million intermediate-term bond with a 30-month maturity to be repaid with entrance fees to the expansion.