Tryko Partners Acquires Skilled Nursing Facility in Massachusetts, Plans $2.5M Renovation
METHUEN, MASS. — Brick, N.J.-based private equity investment group Tryko Partners has acquired Methuen Health & Rehabilitation Center, which is being renamed Cedar View Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. SMV Methuen LLC sold the property, which was built in 1960 and renovated in 1995. The property is licensed for 107 beds and currently operates 98 beds in 46 resident rooms. The 33,500-square-foot, single-story building sits on a seven-acre parcel at 480 Jackson Street in Methuen. It is the closest skilled nursing facility to Steward Health System’s Holy Family Hospital, a 345-bed short-term acute care hospital, and also near Lawrence General Hospital, a 189-bed short-term acute care hospital. Tryko affiliate Marquis Health Services will immediately launch a $2.5 million renovation to modernize the building and accommodate expanded programming. Steve Thomes and Jacob Gehl of Blueprint Healthcare Real Estate Advisors served as brokers in the sale. Chicago-based Private Bank provided acquisition financing.