DES PLAINES, Ill. — Capital One has provided $28.4 million in HUD financing to refinance a 383-unit seniors housing community in the Chicago suburb of Des Plaines.
The community features 162 assisted living units, 150 supportive living units and 71 skilled nursing beds. Supportive living is an Illinois program that allows assisted living services to be paid by Medicaid. The name of the community was not disclosed.
The facility was originally constructed in 1967 as an independent living facility. In 2015, the borrower began upgrading the independent living portion of the building, qualifying it for an assisted living license. The borrower then constructed a skilled nursing wing, which was completed in 2018.
Joshua Rosen originated the 35-year, fixed-rate loan. The refinancing was conducted under HUD’s revised 232/223(f) healthcare rules, which now allow a borrower to refinance and recapture equity without having to complete a two-year seasoning period. In this case, maximum loan-to-value ratio was 70 percent.