Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Hawkins has substantial experience in financing  facilities along the “continuum of care” (between independent senior living and licensed nursing homes) that is burgeoning in response to demographic trends and need.  Both housing and health care market participants have expanded the scope and extent of their long-term care sector activities.  The Hawkins senior living team has, likewise, grown to assist stand-alone owner/operators – and larger systems – with all of the legal issues presented in financing continuing care retirement communities, including bond, tax, corporate, nonprofit, real estate and disclosure matters.  Our experience as bond counsel and underwriters’ counsel in the continuing care retirement community sector includes over 280 issues with a principal amount exceeding $5 billion.

The following is a representative list of the firm’s bond counsel and underwriters’ counsel engagements in the continuing care retirement community sector:

  • California Statewide Communities Development Authority
  • Chesterfield County Economic Development Authority
  • Hamilton County, Ohio
  • Maine Health and Higher Education Facilities Authority
  • Michigan Strategic Fund
  • New Hampshire Health and Educational Facilities Authority
  • New Jersey Economic Development Corporation
  • New York State Dormitory Authority
  • North Carolina Medical Care Commission
  • Orange County Funding Corporation
  • San Diego County, California
  • Rhode Island Health and Education Building Corporation
  • Suffolk County Economic Development Corporation
  • Washington State Housing Finance Commission
  • Wisconsin Public Financing Authority