What’s Changing in Senior-Housing Investment?


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Kane: “We’re seeing the merging of residential and healthcare into one asset class.”

ORANGE COUNTY, CA—Owners looking to upgradesenior-housing communities are changing both the functionality and aesthetics of common areas as residents’ preferences shift, Michael Kane, senior director ofCushman & Wakefield’s Orange County office, tells GlobeSt.com. As we recently reported, Kane was recently promoted to this position in C&W’s senior housing capital markets group, joining Aaron Rosenzweig, who will relocate from the group’s Boston office. We spoke exclusively with Kane regarding his new position and trends he is noticing gin the senior-housing investment sector.

GlobeSt.com: What are your goals in your new role with Cushman & Wakefield?

Kane: I’m a part of the national senior-housing team out of Boston. We facilitate transactions in the senior-housing space consisting of investment sales, raising equity and financing for existing and new developments…

What’s Changing in Senior-Housing Investment?

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