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Blueprint was engaged by a longstanding ownership group, led by a distinguished Georgia-based entrepreneur and philanthropist, to effectuate the sale of Kenansville Health and Rehab. The facility’s tenant operator, a nationally recognized care provider, notified the seller of its intent to downsize and ultimately exit the industry, prompting the decision to divest
The 92-bed skilled nursing facility is located 75 miles southeast of Raleigh and was built in 1975 adjacent to ECU Health Duplin Hospital. With no direct local competition, the facility consistently maintained stable census and quality mix levels. While generating stabilized historic cash flows, following the pandemic’s onset the facility census declined resulting in margin compression

As the capital markets environment was rapidly shifting, Blueprint utilized its network of well-capitalized, active acquirers to identify an experienced investor seeking growth opportunities for its operating partner in North Carolina

Blueprint persistently worked to align all parties, expertly structuring the transaction through ever-changing lender sentiment, with operations transitioning seamlessly upon the successful closing


A Tarheel Can't Slow Blueprint

Blueprint navigates choppy capital markets to close North Carolina
Skilled Nursing Sale

Michael Segal

Brooks Blackmon

Ben Firestone

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