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Greystone Provides $44M in Freddie Mac Financing for Seniors Housing Acquisition Near San Francisco

DALY CITY, CALIF. — Greystone has provided a $44 million loan for the acquisition of a 207-unit seniors housing property in Daly City, just south of San Francisco. Cary Tremper of Greystone originated the Freddie Mac loan.

Senior Resource Group and its partners acquired the asset, formerly known as Monarch Village, now named Peninsula Del Rey. The four-story property was built between 2008 and 2011 and offers independent living and assisted living residences.

Senior Resource Group has operated the community since 2012. The company develops, owns and/or manages 32 seniors housing communities in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Oregon and Washington comprising 5,852 units.

The seller was not disclosed.

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