Mainstreet Plans Big for $5 Billion in Post-Acute Development

The nation’s largest developer of post-acute, transitional care facilities is set to solidify and strengthen its position with a five-year $5 billion development pipeline and a strategy that could lead to another massive deal like last year’s HealthLease sale. Indiana-based Mainstreet has an “identified pipeline” to develop $1 billion in properties each year over the […]

Apartment Operator Enters Senior Living With Historic Turnaround

Recognizing that the aging U.S. population is set to drive demand to unprecedented levels, companies that have focused on other kinds of real estate now are turning to senior housing. For instance, recent months have seen multifamily mainstays Alliance Residential and Drever Capital Management enter the senior living space. While these companies are planning ambitious, […]

How One Developer is Creating The New Affordable Senior Housing

While many existing operators have tried to create a more affordable senior housing product for those who can’t spring for the average senior living monthly rent or buy-in fee, many have faced challenges, spurring new models of both development and finance. Now, one entrant new to senior housing—but experienced in apartment development—is making a play […]

Will Joint Ventures be the Future for Nonprofit CCRCs?

Trending topics among nonprofit Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) and senior housing finance professionals this year are refinancing and consolidation opportunities in the sector, with many eyeing new ways to spur growth opportunities. The nonprofit continuing care retirement community (CCRC) business has been plagued by the housing recession and lack of ability to remain competitive with […]