- 300+ Actively Managed Facilities in 19 states
- 30,000 Total Licensed beds
Cascade Capital is a privately held healthcare real estate investment and management company, focused on maximizing the value of skilled nursing, rehabilitation, and post-acute care facilities.
Launched in 2016 as an alternative to the typical REIT/Private Equity model seen in the skilled nursing industry, Cascade Capital utilizes its creativity to explore joint ventures, short and long-term management arrangements, lease-to-own operator agreements, and other collaborations to reposition assets and grow value. Most importantly, Cascade Capital seeks to empower its operator tenants through better aligning the capital structure of the facilities to allow operators the flexibility to improve facilities clinical, operational, and financial performance.
Today, Cascade Capital is among the most active independent skilled nursing facility (SNF) investors with a track record of effective executions of complex transactions. Our interests span a full range of assets, including individual or multi-asset portfolios, stable and distressed facilities, and mixed or multi-state portfolios.
As former owner/operators of a strong SNF brand, our leadership team has significant experience in SNF operations and financial underwriting. Our deep understanding of market potential, regulatory requirements, physical plant needs, and the limitations and opportunities to reposition assets are a tremendous advantage in a dynamic market.
Our ability to confidently assess market potential and identify opportunities to add value to SNF assets is essential to our asset acquisition strategy.
Our familiarity with SNF operations has helped us identify early indicators of financial performance that we use to improve our portfolio management.
The relationships we’ve formed with financial partners on acquisitions, consultants and a market-leading design/development group, are essential to asset transformation and are valuable resources to our operator/lessees.
We invest in a range of properties and consider the impact of wide-ranging options to improve value including capital investments in technology, expanded clinical and service programs, enhanced marketing, and facility upgrades.