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Phase one of the Maravilla Scottsdale senior living project opened in 2012, with the second phase due for completion in 2023

Greystone Places $140M in Financing on Scottsdale Luxury Senior Living 

Greystone placed $140 million in total financing for both the refinancing and new construction of senior housing in Scottsdale. The firm’s Senior Housing Capital Markets Team, led by Dallas-based Cary Tremper and Matt Miller, arranged the financing from a national bank on behalf of Senior Resource Group, LLC. 

Phase I of the luxury senior living community, Maravilla Scottsdale, is comprised of a fully stabilized 217-unit independent living, assisted living, and memory care property that has received numerous awards and recognitions. It opened in 2012.  

Phase II of Maravilla Scottsdale is a planned 193-unit independent living community on the same parcel. A mid-2023 completion is projected. 

“It is always exciting to see our clients grow, and especially in the literal sense with this amazing Scottsdale asset almost doubling in size to meet the submarket demand for the highest quality of senior living,” said Tremper. 


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