Walker & Dunlop Arranges $52M Refinancing for Colorado Seniors Housing Portfolio

COLORADO SPRINGS and CENTENNIAL, Colo. — Walker & Dunlop has structured $52 million in financing to refinance three seniors housing properties totaling 196 units in Colorado Springs and Centennial.

The three properties are owned by a partnership between MorningStar Senior Living and an alternative investment fund manager based in the Middle East. MorningStar Senior Living manages the properties.

The financing includes:

  • $21 million for MorningStar at Jordan, a three-story, 84-unit assisted-living and memory care facility in Centennial
  • $17.7 million for MorningStar at Mountain Shadows, a two-story, 64-unit assisted-living and memory care property in Colorado Springs
  • $13.2 million for MorningStar at Bear Creek, a 48-unit property specializing in Alzheimer’s patients

Stuart Wernick, Jeff Ringwald and Bill Jackson of Walker & Dunlop arranged the loans, which featured a 10-year term, fixed interest rate and interest-only payments for a portion of the term.