Blueprint Negotiates $3.1M Sale of 151-Unit Community in Arizona

by Jeff Shaw

YUMA, Ariz. — Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors has arranged the sale of a 151-unit assisted living community in Yuma for $3.1 million. The name of the community was not disclosed.

The property was originally built as a limited-service hotel before the nonprofit owner began converting it to assisted living. The owner ran into financial trouble and was unable to complete the conversion.

Blueprint was tasked with the sale by a court-appointed receiver and positioned the community as a turnaround opportunity. A Phoenix-based investor purchased the property, marking its first entry into the seniors housing space.

Jacob Gehl, Amy Sitzman, and Giancarlo Riso of Blueprint were the lead advisors on the transaction.

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