Capital Senior Living Acquires Two Facilities for $56 Million Capital Senior Living Corp. (NYSE: CSU) has acquired two assisted living communities for $56 million. The communities were previously owned by Keystone Senior. The sale of the properties was facilitated by Stephen Snider, an independent senior housing broker. Snider represented Keystone Senior LLC. Joint Venture Acquires […]
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