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Ziegler Capital Markets Group In The News

  • Long Bankruptcy Process Ends with CCRC Sale in Tampa
    A years-long bankruptcy process for a large CCRC in Tampa, Florida has finally concluded with a new not-for-profit owner stepping in, BRP Senior Housing Management (an affiliate of Big Rock Partners) now operating it and Ziegler closing a nearly $70 million bond financing to fund the deal. Unfortunately, the property has a long... Read more
    Published on: August 10, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • Ziegler Refinances Virginia CCRC With Bank Placement
    Ziegler announced another bank financing after a spate of recent closings, including a construction financing for a Michigan CCRC, a refinance of a Pennsylvania CCRC and one for a CCRC in Texas, just to name a few. The most recent deal was arranged for Warm Hearth Village, a not-for-profit... Read more
    Published on: July 20, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • Ziegler Arranges “Cinderella” Bank Bond Refinance for Tennessee CCRC
    Working on behalf of a large CCRC in Germantown, Tennessee, Ziegler successfully closed a series of bank bonds for the not-for-profit sponsor. Incorporated in July 2000, the community has grown on its 27.5 campus to include 230 independent living units, of which there are 202 apartments and 28... Read more
    Published on: June 17, 2020 By Ben Swett
  • Ziegler Closes SNF Portfolio Sale
    Don Husi, Dan Revie and Tedd Van Gorden of Ziegler represented a not-for-profit owner of three skilled nursing facilities in Delaware in a sale that closed earlier this month. The sales price was $67.0 million, or just over $141,600 per bed/unit. That represents one of the highest prices in the state.... Read more
    Published on: April 17, 2020 By Steve Monroe
  • Ziegler Finances Wingate Healthcare Acquisition
    Ziegler successfully closed $42.5 million in rental senior housing bonds, consisting of both taxable and tax-exempt bonds, to support Wingate Healthcare’s acquisition of two senior living communities in New England. The Pittsfield, Massachusetts community has 125 beds in 118 units, while the Providence, Rhode Island community has 96... Read more
    Published on: February 28, 2020 By Ben Swett