Managing Directors Lisa Lautner and Heidi Brunet completed the transaction for CPA, arranging a $951 million ten-year, variable rate Fannie Mae Master Credit Facility and a $44 million bridge loan through Berkadia’s Proprietary Lending Program.
Brunet also closed the $35 million bridge-to-permanent loan for a 180-unit Virginia community, which includes independent living, assisted living and memory care.
“The CPA financing was a high-profile transaction that involved a number of stabilized properties, as well as many in various stages of lease-up and development,” said Lautner. “As a result, the combined power of Fannie Mae’s Credit Facility and Berkadia’s Proprietary Lending Program allowed us to offer the borrower the perfect financing solution.”
Prior to the acquisition, the American Seniors Housing Association June 2017 rankings recognized Hawthorn as the 25th largest senior housing owner and 18th largest seniors housing operator in the United States.
Since 2012, Berkadia’s Seniors Housing and Healthcare Group has closed over $7 billion in production and recently expanded product lines to include investment sales by naming industry veteran Tim Cobb managing director and Seniors Housing and Healthcare Group investment sales lead. With the team’s growth, Berkadia continues to fulfill the vision of providing clients a full set of advisory services and products including FHA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Life Company, Proprietary Bridge Lending and Capital Markets Advisory Services.
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