Grandbridge Negotiates $81M Bankruptcy Sale of Seniors Housing Community in Naples, Florida

by John Nelson

NAPLES, FLA. — Grandbridge Real Estate Capital’s Senior Housing Investment Sales team has arranged the $81 million sale of The Arlington at Naples, a 298-unit continuing care retirement community located within the Lely Resort master-planned community in Naples. Situated on 39 acres, the community offers 47 independent living estate homes, 128 independent living apartments, 42 assisted living units, 37 memory care units and 44 skilled nursing units. The Arlington opened in 2015. Prior to the sale, the property was operating under a forbearance agreement.

The Grandbridge team, led by Dave Kliewer and Jay Jordan, initiated a marketing process that highlighted the ability for a buyer to restore the property’s financial stability. Life Care Services (LCS) acquired the asset through a court-directed process to deliver the property free and clear of its bond debt. At the time of closing, independent living occupancy was approximately 75 percent, while the health center (assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing) was approximately 69 percent occupied. Average entrance fees at the community were in excess of $950,000, according to Grandbridge.

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