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Long Term Care Facilities

Covenant Retirement Communities Issue, Series B

Bond proceeds will provide for the construction of new residential apartments and a common area at the Covenant Village of Cromwell, CT.

LiveWell Alliance Issue, Series A

Bond proceeds provided for refinancing The Alzheimer's Resource Center of Connecticut, Inc.'s 2015 taxable loan with KeyBank. 

LiveWell Alliance, Inc., formerly known as The Alzheimer's Resource Center of Connecticut, Inc., located in Plantsville, opened in 1992.  The center is dedicated to caring for patients with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.  LiveWell has 120 chronic and convalescent nursing home beds and offers 13 assisted living units, and the center also provided education, counseling, research and respite services.

Mary Wade Home Issue, Series A

Bond proceeds will finance the construction of a new healthcare building consisting of 50 residential care units (relocating 45 units from an existing building and adding 5 new units), 20 assisted living units and 20 memory suport assisted living units.  In addition, proceeds will be used to refinance existing bank debt in the amount of approximately $10.8 million.

Odd Fellows Healthcare Issue, Series A

Bond proceeds provided for the refinancing of existing mortgage debt used to construct Thames Edge at Fairview, a CCRC with 40 two-bedroom homes and to reimburse Odd Fellows for capital expenditures.  Odd Fellows Healthcare is a continuing care community, which operates under the trade names Fairview, Fellowship Manor and Thames Edge at Fairview.

Masonicare Issue, Series F&G

Bond proceeds provided for the refinancing of Masonicare's 2007 Series C and 2012 Series E bond issues, the financing of swap termination payments, and to fund approximately $5.0 million for capital improvements.

Healthcare Facility Expansion Issue, Series 2016 (Seabury Retirement Community)

Bond proceeds financed Phase B & C of Seabury's Strategic Repositioning Plan, which includes the addition of 68 new independent living units, the addition of skilled nursing beds and assisted living units, and various renovation projects.  This was CHEFA's first below invesment grade rated credit bond offering, which was very well received by investors, resulting in an overall interest rate of 5.0%. 


Cherry Brook Health Care Center Issue, Series B

The bonds were used to current refund Cherry Brook's 1993 bond issue and to finance renovations to the facility.

Hartford Business Journal, "CHEFA Set to Boost Nonprofit Funding" article - 12/21/2009

HBJ's Greg Bordonaro recently interviewed Jeffrey A. Asher on CHEFA's financing options, and what the Authority is doing to meet the needs of nonprofits in Connecticut.

To read the article, visit

SummerWood Tefra Hearing

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08/16/2007 - 10:00am to 10:30am

SummerWood Tefra Hearing Notice

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