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Atria

(ay -tree-ă) See Triangulum Australe.
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The transaction values Atria at a substantially increased level compared to the 2012 transaction in which the management team increased their stake to 66% and Chicago, US-based REIT Ventas acquired 34% of the business.
Ventas Inc (NYSE:VTR) declared on Thursday that it completed a series of transactions with Atria Senior Living, one of the company's senior housing operating partners, whereby Atria's management team raised growth capital by selling 50% of their ownership in its management business to Fremont Realty Capital.
Under these changes, from the beginning of 2018, the organisation of Atria Scandinavia will be simplified and a separate segment will be created for Swedish operations.
Atria Scandinavia will move away from the operational area of consumer packed meat and the plant in Arsta, outside of Stockholm, will be closed.
Steven Greenberg, principal at Heritage, commented, "During the past 18 months, we have negotiated eight long-term leases totaling 74,000 s/f to bring Atria East to 100% occupancy.
The deal with Simon & Schuster helped to place Addicted into the hands of a broader audience, under the Atria imprint, but Zane continues to operate the thriving Strebor Books, which employs three editors as well as a number of publicists.
Large departments embrace two atria and each atrium can be enlarged to form nodes for collective student activity that punctuate the campus.
The Atria housing communities in Kentucky will have a wing with 10 apartments designated for people with MS who can maintain independence, but need some daily assistance.
The signal spreads throughout the atria to the area between the atria called the atrioventricular (AV) node.
Normally, each electrical impulse takes a one-way trip from the atria to the ventricles and then fades away.
Immediately prior to such mergers, Atria was spun-off to the stockholders of the acquired companies.