Capital One Closes $145M in Refinancing for Apartment Building in Manhattan
NEW YORK CITY — Capital One has provided a $145 million, seven-year, floating-rate loan to Jamestown Properties to refinance 88 Leonard Street, an apartment building located in Manhattan. Capital One Municipal Funding purchased $112.5 million in tax-exempt bonds, and Capital One purchased $32.5 million in taxable bonds that were issued by the New York State Housing Finance Agency to finance the property. Paul Kesicki of Capital One closed the transaction. Constructed in 2007, the 21-story building features 352 apartment units, 11,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and an attached 249-car parking garage. Community amenities include a roof deck on the 14th floor, a second-floor terrace with outdoor fireplace and whirlpool, and a full suite of concierge services. Units feature upscale appliances, granite countertops and wood cabinetry.