JLL secures $47.5M loan for 80th Street Residence on the Upper East Side

December 11, 2019 — JLL Capital Markets experts have successfully arranged a $47.5 million loan to refinance The 80th Street Residence, an assisted living facility specializing in enhanced memory...
80th Street Residence

December 11, 2019 — JLL Capital Markets experts have successfully arranged a $47.5 million loan to refinance The 80th Street Residence, an assisted living facility specializing in enhanced memory care that is located at 430 East 80th Street. The group worked on behalf of owners Wayne Kaplan and Larry Morehead to place the loan with Israel Discount Bank of New York.

The 80th Street Residence, which contains 61 units and 70 beds, is New York’s premier licensed assisted living residence specializing in enhanced memory care. It is located in the exclusive Yorkville neighborhood on the Upper East Side and is one block from the East River. Yorkville is among Manhattan’s wealthiest communities and is predominantly residential and offers easy access to a variety of restaurants, shopping options and outdoor spaces.

The facility is located less than a mile from Central Park and is proximate to multiple public transportation options, including the 4, 6, N and Q subway lines and multiple bus routes, as well as cultural institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the New York Society Library.

The JLL Capital Markets professionals handling the refinancing included Peter Rotchford, Senior Director; Zach Rigby and Jason Skalko, Directors; and Dillon Donald, Analyst.

“By 2020, nearly 14 million Americans are projected to be living with Alzheimer’s, and the 80th Street Residences is the only New York City based assisted living facility specializing in enhanced memory care,” Rotchford said. “The facility is situated in an exceptionally supply-constrained, high-barrier-to-entry market in America’s most densely populated city. It offers tremendous in-place rents with strong historical occupancy.”

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