Bridge Investment Sells Boston-Area Senior Housing Community
JLL Capital Markets facilitated the recapitalization deal.
Bridge Investment Group has sold Residence at Valley Farm, an 80-unit senior housing community in Ashland, Mass. Blue Moon Capital Partners acquired the facility, while LCB Senior Living will be retained as operating manager.
JLL Capital Markets arranged the recapitalization transaction, with Senior Managing Directors Jay Wagner and Rick Swartz and Director Jim Dooley working on behalf of the seller and procuring the buyer.
Developed by LCB Senior Living in 2015, Residence at Valley Farm has been recapitalized twice while remaining under LCB’s management.
The Class A community comprises independent living, assisted living and memory care units with studios, one- and two-bedroom floorplans. Common-area amenities include a fitness area, living rooms, a bistro, a library, a salon, private dining, entertainment spaces and landscaped grounds.
Residence at Valley Farm also features transportation, visiting health-care professionals, housekeeping and laundry services, personalized wellness plans, chef-prepared meals, modern emergency call and safety systems and 24/7 staff and security.
Located at 369 Pond St., Residence at Valley Farm is 25 miles west of Boston. The 2.9-acre site is close to numerous dining options, retail centers and green spaces such as Upper Charles Rail Trail.
Residence at Valley Farm has reported an impressive recovery in occupancy over the last year, Wagner stated in prepared remarks. According to a report issued by the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care, the senior housing occupancy levels increased for the ninth consecutive quarter and the overall occupancy rate may reach pre-pandemic levels this year.