Mesa West Capital Provides $210M Loan for John Hancock Center in Chicago

CHICAGO — Mesa West Capital has provided a $210 million short-term first mortgage for the refinancing of the office and parking components of the John Hancock Center in Chicago. A partnership led by Chicago-based real estate investment firm Hearn Company received the financing that included $35 million of mezzanine debt placed with an institutional investor at closing. Hearn acquired the 894,000-square-foot office building and 710-car parking garage, located at 875 N. Michigan Ave., in 2013. Since acquiring the building, Hearn has invested in improvements such as a complete replacement of the mechanical systems, a full renovation of the entries and lobbies on Chestnut and Delaware streets, a new 13th floor lounge, fitness center and conference facility.  The common areas and bathrooms on each floor were also upgraded. Mesa West’s five-year, non-recourse loan will be used to refinance the existing debt and for ongoing leasing and capital costs to stabilize the asset. The office component is currently 85 percent leased and anchored by Interpublic Group, a leading global marketing firm. John Parrett and Bill Howe of CBRE arranged the financing.

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