Invesque Expands Senior Living Portfolio with $340M Commonwealth Acquisition

Invesque Inc. (TSX: IVQ.U), the Toronto-based real estate investment company formerly known as Mainstreet Health Investments, Inc. announced an agreement Wednesday to acquire Charlottesville, Virginia-based senior housing owner and operator Commonwealth Senior Living and 20 of its properties for $340.4 million.

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Invesque CEO's Long Game

Invesque CEO White on Why It’s ‘Dangerous’ to Worry About Year-to-Year Changes in SNF Space

As real estate investment firm Invesque Inc. (TSX: IVQ.U) continues its diversification plan after a 2016 separation from skilled nursing operator Mainstreet, its CEO insists that the future for the SNF space remains bright.

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Senior Housing News Looks at Invesque's Drive Toward a $2.5 Billion Portfolio

Invesque Targets $2.5 Billion Portfolio of Senior Living, Health Care Properties

Invesque, the real estate investment company headed up by former Mainstreet executives, is continuing to rapidly expand. It has re-located to a new headquarters building in Carmel, Indiana and is planning to add 39 jobs by 2024, as it drives toward a total portfolio in excess of $2 billion.

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Indianapolis Business Journal Discusses Invesque's Move to Downtown Carmel and Expansion Strategy

Invesque to Add 39 Jobs as Part of Expansion, Headquarters Move

Carmel-based Invesque, a real estate investment company that specializes in healthcare and senior living, is expanding operations, with plans to add 39 jobs by 2024.

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Skilled Nursing News Covers Invesque's Bright Future in Skilled Nursing

Invesque Sees Bright Skilled Nursing Future Even as it Diversifies $1.4 Billion Portfolio

Since going public two years ago, Invesque Inc. (TSX: IVQ.U) — the former Mainstreet Health Investments — had steadily moved to diversify away from the skilled nursing assets that had previously dominated its portfolio. But that doesn’t mean that CEO Scott White has a bearish outlook on institutional care going forward.

 

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CEO Scott White Joins Bloomberg to Discuss Seniors Housing Sector