Senior Housing Investments & Transactions: Griffin-American, Bloom Senior Living

Griffin-American REIT IV Acquires 9-Property Portfolio A portfolio of nine properties throughout the greater Tampa and Orlando areas sold for $109.5 million in early November. Griffin-American Healthcare REIT IV acquired the 1,140-unit portfolio from New Senior Investment Group (NYSE: SNR). Griffin-American Healthcare REIT IV is co-sponsored by American Healthcare Investors and Griffin Capital Company LLC. […]

Senior Housing Investments & Transactions: Inspirit Senior Living, IPA

Inspirit Senior Living Acquires Two Communities in Pennsylvania  Inspirit Senior Living has acquired two senior housing properties in the state of Pennsylvania.  The 67-unit Willow and the 70-bed Palmerton, which were previously owned and operated by LifeCare Holdings and The Weston Group, respectively, mark the third and fourth acquisition for the Fairfax, Virginia-based company. Both […]

Florida CCRC Survives Bankruptcy Scare, Restructures Debt

A Florida continuing care retirement community has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy after successfully restructuring about $62 million of debt.  The Jacksonville-area CCRC, sponsored by not-for-profit organization Life Care St. Johns d/b/a Glenmoor, entered a formal restructuring process in early July 2013, with its plan receiving near-unanimous approval by all parties involved. At the time […]

Florida CCRC Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Owes $62 Million

A Florida continuing care retirement community (CCRC) has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with $55 million of outstanding bond debt. The nonprofit owner, Life Care St. Johns, Inc. also owes $7.8 million in entrance fee refunds to its residents and attributes its financial position to the economic downturn. Life Care St. Johns, Inc., the […]