NEW YORK CITY — Monticello Asset Management, through one of its investment vehicles, has provided $31.2 million bridge-to-HUD loan for New Broadview Manor Home For Adults, a 200-bed seniors housing facility on Staten Island.
The borrower is The W Group at New Broadview LLC, which will use the funds to acquire the property.
New Broadview was built in 1974, with a fifth floor added in 1999. Of the 200 beds, 116 are licensed for the New York State Assisted Living Program (ALP). The remaining 84 beds will be managed by an affiliated home health care agency.
The community totals 42,694 square feet on 0.8 acres of land. The facility is located in the residential South Beach section of Staten Island near the Verrazano Bridge and one block from the ocean and boardwalk.