WOODBURY, N.Y. — Greystone has provided $78.5 million in HUD-insured financing for a skilled nursing complex in Woodbury.
Fred Levine originated the refinancing, which carries a fixed rate and fully amortizes at 30 years. Greystone also arranged the high-leverage bridge acquisition loan that this refinancing replaces. The borrowers were not disclosed.
Located on Long Island, the 588-bed Cold Spring Hills Center for Nursing & Rehabilitation facility offers an array of specialized services and programs, including clinical care; physical, occupational and speech therapies; amputee rehabilitation; pulmonary/ventilator care; cardiac care; and memory care. Significant, multi-year renovations were completed to the property’s five interconnected residential buildings properties and additional office building in 2010.