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AVIVA Country Club Heights

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Minimum Investment: $25,000


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About AVIVA Country Club Heights

AVIVA Country Club Heights is a charming, senior-housing community overlooking a picturesque golf course in Woburn, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. The community includes all the preferred amenities: beauty salon, art room, fitness center, pub. And it’s within ten miles of Boston’s renowned medical centers.

This attractive property was originally built to house the Boston Red Sox players and families during treatment at the physical rehab center next door. In 1996 it was fully renovated and converted to senior living and now offers 83 assisted-living and 21 memory-care apartments.

Lloyd Jones purchased the cash-flowing property at below replacement cost, creating an immediate upside opportunity. The firm plans to modernize the facility and add the latest technology and amenities, creating the most appealing senior-living community in the area.





Why Invest With Lloyd Jones?

Celebrating 42 years under the continuing leadership of Christoper Finlay, Lloyd Jones has become a global real estate investment firm focused on senior housing, multifamily, and hotels. Investment partners include institutions, family offices,and our own principals. And now, through Lloyd Jones’ syndication platform, private investors can participate in the firm’s institutional quality acquisitions.

Why Senior Living?

We all know that past performance is no guarantee of future successes, but we can predict with certainty that demand will rise and will rise significantly for senior housing, and we also know that supply is restrained. According to The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care (NIC) 881,000 new units will be needed before 2030 to meet the needs of the soaring senior population.

10,000 people turn 65 everyday in the US
7 out of 10 aging adults will require assisted living care
By 2030 the US population will increase by 75% for people 65+