Based in Washington D.C., Capitol Seniors Housing is a private equity-backed real estate acquisition, development and investment management firm founded in 2003.


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Capitol Seniors Housing In The News

  • Blueprint’s April Activity Continues
    Continuing Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors’ busy deal activity in the last week, which included three skilled nursing closings on April 1st, the team of Amy Sitzman, Dan Mahoney and Blake Bozett sold a 36-unit assisted living community in Kennewick, Washington, in the eastern part of the state. Built in 1995 and... Read more
    Published on: April 06, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • Capitol Seniors Housing Flips Ann Arbor Assisted Living Community
    It’s only been two years since Capitol Seniors Housing acquired a 75-unit assisted living/memory care community in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but the time has come to sell. Richard Swartz, Jay Wagner, Sam Dylag and Chris Remeika of Cushman & Wakefield found a buyer in Kayne Anderson Real Estate,... Read more
    Published on: October 29, 2019 By Ben Swett
  • Capitol Seniors Housing Opens High-End Maryland Community
    Capitol Seniors Housing just opened an assisted living/memory care community in the Baltimore area at a cost of $27.2 million, or nearly $325,000 per unit. Unique to the community (and probably pushed up its development cost) is its location adjacent to the 79-acre Waugh Chapel Towne Centre, which... Read more
    Published on: July 01, 2019 By Steve Monroe
  • Capitol Seniors Housing Refinances California Community
    Five years on from its acquisition of an 83-unit senior living community in Tustin, California, Capitol Seniors Housing is refinancing the property with a $15 million loan secured by Aron Will, Austin Sacco and Adam Mincberg of CBRE National Senior Housing. Originally built in 1985, this community consists... Read more
    Published on: June 21, 2019 By Steve Monroe
  • The 55+ Active Adult Market: The New Frontier of Seniors Housing
    Judging by the number of questions we got during our May 16th webinar called “The 55+ Active Adult Market: The New Frontier of Seniors Housing,” it is safe to say that there is plenty of interest in this growing market. Our listeners tuned in to find out what... Read more
    Published on: May 17, 2019 By Steve Monroe