American House to Add Memory Care to Two Communities in Michigan

by Jeff Shaw

ROCHESTER HILLS and ROSEVILLE, Mich. — American House Senior Living Communities will add 40 units of memory care to its communities in the Detroit suburbs of Roseville and Rochester Hills.

Virtus Real Estate Capital, a Texas-based private equity firm, arranged a loan through Talmer Bank and Trust to fund the expansion by American House, a Michigan-based operator.

Each of the two new communities will include 40 units of licensed memory care, and will share a campus with existing American House communities. REDICO is developing both projects.

The Roseville community is set to open in September 2016, while the Rochester Hills community is scheduled to open in late 2016.

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