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Calgary, Alberta T2P 0Z3
Phone: (403) 297-9320
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Innocapital works as partners with private developers to bring clear and innovative solutions to all forms of seniors' housing: life lease, active lifestyle, independent living, assisted living, congregate care and nursing facilities. Our Capital Intelligence ensures we're aligned with the ever-changing details that need analysis when financing senior housing projects so we frequently secure construction and takeout mortgages through conventional and CMHC insured lenders.
Feature Seniors' Housing Properties
Heritage Meadows Retirement Residence
Construction Loan to Long Term Take Out
The construction of this four-storey, 128-unit, independent-living senior's residence was financed using high ratio institutional first mortgage financing. A three year construction loan allowed for the ongoing capitalization of operating losses while the property is being leased and stabilized. Once occupancy is achieved, this construction loan will be rolled to a long term mortgage releasing equity back to the developer.
Cedarview Retirement Residence
Three year term at 85% loan to cost construction financing facilitated the development of this four storey 124-unit senior's independent living in the heart of Woodstock, Ontario.
Victoria Park Personal Care Residence
2400 E Arens Road, Regina SK
Long-term first mortgage financing allowing the Borrower to refinance an 81 suite senior's assisted living residence referred to as "Victoria Park", located in one of Regina's best retirement home communities.
London Senior Village
120 Chelton Road, London, ON
London Senior Village is one of two dedicated memory care residences in London, Ontario. This construction loan was funded on a 70% cost-to-complete basis.