Providing investors with exceptional returns and operators with creative capital solutions since 2007.
Sentio is a leading capital provider to operators and developers in the healthcare real estate space. The firm has extensive experience acquiring and developing healthcare real estate across the country. Sentio provides investors with a turn-key solution for deploying capital into the healthcare real estate sector via their integrated approach to deal origination, asset management, accounting, and investor relations.
Sentio was the exclusive advisor to Sentio Healthcare Properties, Inc. (“SHP”), a public non-traded real estate investment trust. SHP was acquired by Kayne Anderson in an $825M transaction that closed in August 2017. The SHP portfolio included investments in 34 properties and offered diversity in many areas including asset type, geographic location, operators and payor mix.
Areas of Focus
Independent living properties typically serve the healthiest residents among seniors housing and care properties and offer a lifestyle choice that provides them with freedom from daily chores, such as cooking, cleaning and home maintenance, hospitality services, and access to meals. Residents often move into these properties for lifestyle and socialization opportunities.
One of the newest areas of senior housing, these purpose-built multi-family properties provide simplified lifestyle options and abundant socialization opportunities for residents 55 or older. Residents are responsible for their own meals and transportation, however these properties feature ample common areas, fitness centers, and outdoor gathering spots.
Assisted living serves residents with more needs than those in independent living but fewer needs than those typically in nursing care. Assisted living residents generally do not have needs that require 24/7 medical attention or supervision. The service mix emphasizes convenience and hands-on care associated with the activities of daily living (ADLs).
medical office buildings
Medical Office Buildings encompass the spectrum of properties where medical services are delivered.. These include both on and off-hospital campus office buildings, ambulatory surgical centers, integrated clinics, imaging centers and free-standing ER's. These buildings are often anchored by a local health system with complementary specialties in the remaining space.
Dementia care is most often offered in properties that primarily focus on assisted living services. Generally, the property’s main focus is the assisted living care segment, with a dedicated wing or secure floor for dementia care. There are also freestanding or "stand-alone" dementia care properties that allow operators to treat residents in dedicated, purpose-built settings.
Post-acute properties include long-term acute care hospitals, inpatient rehab facilities, and skilled nursing facilities. Nursing care properties house two types of residents/patients: one for long-stay custodial care and the other for short-stay post-acute care. The majority of the revenue at these facilities is funded by Medicare and/or Medicaid, although private pay care is also provided.