NEW YORK CITY — KeyBank Real Estate Capital (KBREC) has arranged a new $270 million Freddie Mac loan to New Senior Investment Group (NYSE: SNR), a New York-based REIT.
The 10-year loan is secured by 14 independent living assets and provides New Senior with a lower spread and extended maturity compared to the company’s previous financing.
The Freddie Mac financing is part of New Senior’s strategic transaction that included the sale of its entire assisted living portfolio, which included an amendment and restatement of the company’s $125 million credit facility led by KBREC. KeyBank extended the term of the credit facility and lowered pricing.
Charlie Shoop of KBREC’s Commercial Mortgage Group led the Freddie Mac financing, and Eric Hafertepen of Key Institutional Bank and Andy McKown of KeyBanc Capital Markets led the credit facility financing.