Big Deal Monday returned from summer vacation to hear about a slew of deals that occurred while it was out relaxing. Among them:
National Health Investors acquired Fairfield Village, an assisted living and memory care community in Lancaster, Ohio, through its NHI-Bickford Senior Living joint venture. The 92-unit Fairfield Village was built in 2006 and was 95% occupied at the time of the acquisition. Unit mix is broken down into 69 assisted living units and 23 for memory care. The purchase price was $21 million.
The Ensign Group, Inc. acquired all of Harmony Living Centers, LLC’s assisted living portfolio – all of which are located in the state of Wisconsin, which represented 15 facilities with a total of 687 units.
A 90-unit portfolio was sold by Pacifica Companies to a publicly-traded REIT. The two-site portfolio included Dunwoody Senior Living, a 58-unit assisted living and memory care community in Dunwoody, GA. and Roswell Senior Living, a 32-unit memory care facility in Roswell, GA.