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  • Omega Healthcare to Invest $190M in SNF Portfolio

    The company has reinforced its status as the nation's largest owner of post-acute care facilities with the acquisition of 15 Indiana properties, which were leased to an existing operator.

    Indianapolis 07 September 2017 11:58
  • December 2014 – Briefs/Finance

    Omega Healthcare, Aviv REIT to Merge in $3B Deal; BofA Provides $71M for L.A. Shopping Center; Dune RE Fund III Closes Oversubscribed at $960M; Colliers Arranges $175M for Massachusetts M-F Community; Magellan JV Lands $80M Miami M-F Construction Loan; CBRE Arranges $158M for Koll in California; Metropolis Investment Holdings Lands $150M for San Francisco Landmark; George Smith Partners Arranges $172M for Complex CRE Portfolio.

    National 25 November 2014 17:20
  • Omega Healthcare, Aviv REIT to Merge in $3B Deal

    Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. is about to become the largest owner of skilled nursing facilities in the country, and by a wide margin.

    National 04 November 2014 15:51
  • Omega Buys 63 Long-Term Care Facilities with $293M Price Tag

    The 63 facilities comprise 6,607 available beds in 19 states and are part of 30 in-place triple-net leases among 18 operators. The leases generate about $34 million in annualized revenue.

    National 11 June 2010 18:01
  • Omega Healthcare Plans $295M Purchase of 63-Property Long-Term Care Portfolio

    Taking advantage of an opportunity presented by its Securities Purchase Agreement with commercial lender CapitalSource Inc., Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. has decided to enhance its real estate holdings with the acquisition of a group of 63 long-term care facilities from CapitalSource affiliates for $295M.

    National 21 April 2010 20:25

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