Six Milwaukee-area nursing homes sold for $35.8 million

Crossroads Care Center, 8633 32nd Ave., in Kenosha, is one of three nursing homes in Wisconsin recently purchased by Skokie-based Legacy Healthcare. (Photo courtesy of Google Street View)

Legacy Healthcare has purchased six Milwaukee-area nursing homes for a total of roughly $35.8 million.

The Skokie, Illinois-based company, which according to its website, services 61 care facilities in Illinois, South Dakota, and Montana, purchased the following centers in Kenosha, Ozaukee, and Waukesha counties:

  • Crossroads Care Center, 8633 32nd Ave., Kenosha – $9.18 million
  • Lake Country Health Care 2195 N. Summit Village Way, Summit – $4.51 million
  • Heritage Health Services, 1119 N. Wisconsin St., Port Washington – $4.16 million
  • Maple Ridge Health Services, 2730 W. Ramsey Ave., Milwaukee – $3.66 million
  • Willowcrest Health Services, 3821 S. Chicago Ave., South Milwaukee –$10.2 million
  • Sunrise Health Services, 3540 S. 43rd St. Milwaukee – $4.12 million

The properties were sold by limited liability companies affiliated with Formation Capital of Atlanta, Georgia.

Efforts to reach a representative with Legacy Healthcare were not immediately successful on Monday.

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