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Welltower At A Glance


PROJECT STATUS
Under Official Review: 2

WORK BY SECTOR
Housing: 1 |
Educational: 1 |
Parking: 1 |
Vacant Land: 1 |
Athletic: 1

PROJECT SIZES
$0 - $10M: 0 | $10M - $100M: 2 | $100M+: 0

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Total Square Footage Free
Total Dollar Volume Free

General

Established 1970
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Phone Number ITK

Welltower® delivers the health care infrastructure necessary to facilitate better treatment at lower costs and keep patients out of the hospital. Our business is centered on a relationship-based investing platform. We provide real estate capital to leading seniors housing operators, post-acute care providers and health systems. Through our capital, these companies are able to grow, innovate and ultimately provide better care.

Updates

Newbury College
- Sep 17, 2019

Welltower Purchases Newbury College Campus for $34 Million Welltower has acquired the property at 129 Fisher Ave in Brookline for $34 million. In 1982, the Newbury College acquired the former Cardinal Cushing College and began relocating the school to the current 7.8-acre campus in Brookline, Massachusetts. As the college began physically expanding and acquiring buildings in the surrounding area, the satellite campuses began to consolidate into one centralized college campus. In December of 2018, the financially strapped school said it would close after the spring semester, leading to speculation that the campus in the Fisher Hill neighborhood — including its administrative buildings, classroom space, and dormitories — would soon be put up for sale. In February of 2019 the property was listed for sale by Colliers International.


Newbury College
- Mar 06, 2019

Newbury College Hits Market for $40 Million The property at 129 Fisher Ave in Brookline has been listed by Colliers International for $40 million. In 1982, the Newbury College acquired the former Cardinal Cushing College and began relocating the school to the current 7.8-acre campus in Brookline, Massachusetts. As the college began physically expanding and acquiring buildings in the surrounding area, the satellite campuses began to consolidate into one centralized college campus.


Newbury College
- Feb 22, 2019

Newbury College’s 7.8-acre campus hits the market Newbury College’s campus — 7.8 acres in a prime part of Brookline — is for sale, the broker handling the listing said Thursday. In December, the financially strapped school said it would close after the spring semester, leading to speculation that the campus in the Fisher Hill neighborhood — including its administrative buildings, classroom space, and dormitories — would soon be put up for sale. On Thursday, that was made official, with the real estate firm Colliers International named to broker the sale. It’s not often that a swath of land the size of the campus goes on the market in Brookline, where real estate is at a premium. “The Brookline address is highly, highly desirable,” said Christopher Sower, Colliers’ senior vice president. “It’s not just land, it’s an existing campus. It’s going to be extremely attractive.” Sower said an asking price has not been set, but the property has already garnered interest from several parties, which he declined to name. The town has assembled an advisory committee to look into the possibility of purchasing the campus. Brookline officials could not immediately be reached for comment on Thursday. Colliers expects to meet with potential buyers in the next few weeks and offer tours of the campus.   The 700-student college owns six properties flanking Fisher Avenue, valued at slightly under $38 million, according to the Brookline assessor’s office. Sower said Colliers International expects to close the sale in the summer after Newbury graduates its final class. Any deal would require approval from Attorney General Maura Healey because the college is a nonprofit. A Newbury spokesman, Paul Martin, said the school could not disclose how it might use the sale proceeds. He also said the administration expects the buyer to propose plans for the property that is appropriate for the residential area, which isn’t far from Cleveland Circle and the MBTA’s Green Line. Homes in the vicinity of the campus routinely sell for more than $2 million. “Obviously, there are some uses the neighborhood would not like to see, so we’d like to be cognizant of that,” Sower said. via Boston Globe


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