Ziegler Provides $61M Bond Financing on San Rafael Senior Living
Ziegler, a Chicago-based investment bank specializing in the not-for-profit senior living sector, has closed the $61.3-million Aldersly Series 2023 Bonds. Aldersly owns a life plan community called Aldersly Garden Retirement Community in San Rafael.
The borrower will use the proceeds of the bonds, together with an equity contribution, to fund the construction of a 35-unit residential care facility consisting of larger, more marketable apartments, additional common areas and more parking; refinance the existing Series 2015A bonds; fund approximately 26 months of capitalized interest; fund debt service reserve funds; (v) pay a bond insurance premium; and (vi) pay certain costs of issuance.
The Series 2023 Bonds are rated “AA-” by Standard & Poor’s based on credit enhancement provided by the Cal-Mortgage Loan Insurance Program. The bonds were issued through the California Municipal Finance Authority and amortize over a 30-year period. The bonds were issued with a seven-year call at 103, declining to par in 2032.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).