Capital Market Updates

How are recent events affecting the bond market? What are the rates on HJ Sims new issues? What is the status of our recent financings? Every week, HJ Sims offers the latest news, analysis and insights in our exclusive Capital Market Update.

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November 18, 2014

In December 2007 HJ Sims underwrote $296.4 million in tax-exempt bonds for the construction and development of The Amsterdam at Harborside, the first and only continuing care retirement community in Nassau County, NY.

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November 11, 2014

HJ Sims recently completed a mezzanine loan financing for the construction of a new 143-unit senior living community in Ogden, Utah. Sims completed the deal through its affiliate HJSI and distributed the bonds through its retail private placement network.

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November 04, 2014

Sims Mortgage Funding, Inc. (SMF) closed in September a $1,800,000 HUD-insured Section 223 (f) loan for the AuSable Valley Apartments, a Section 202 elderly project located in Fairview, MI.

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October 28, 2014

HJ Sims is pleased to announce the successful closing of the $19,470,000 Series 2014 bond issue for the Memory Care Residences at Cypress Cove, providing funds to construct and furnish a new 44-unit memory care assisted living residence as an expansion to its CCRC campus.

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October 21, 2014

United Methodist Homes of New Jersey (UMHNJ) was founded in 1907. It offers residential living, skilled nursing, assisted living, and memory support services in 10 senior housing communities throughout the State.

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October 14, 2014

NewBridge on the Charles (Dedham, Massachusetts) is one of six senior living communities owned and operated by Hebrew SeniorLife. One of the LeadingAge top 100 not-for-profit providers and a long-standing client of HJ Sims.

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