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  • Brookdale Gains 3 Las Vegas Properties in $2.8 Billion Emeritus Deal

    Three Las Vegas senior communities were recently involved in a massive merger when Emeritus Corporation was acquired by Brookdale Senior Living. The latter acquired Emeritus in a deal worth $2.8 billion, 1.4 of which consisted of mortgage debt. The two companies agreed a deal that would create the first national senior living solutions company, merging the assets and know-how provided by both entities. With the newly-expanded Brookdale, the company is able to provide a senior living community within 10 miles of 6.5 million seniors over the age of 80.

    Las Vegas 03 March 2014 22:29
  • Brookdale Senior Living Grabs Nine Properties for $121.3M

    Brookdale Senior Living continues to expand its holdings by adding over a thousand units in one fell swoop.

    South 14 February 2012 21:39

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