WASHINGTON, D.C. — Natixis has provided a $46.3 million loan to Normandy Real Estate Partners for the refinancing of 1015 18th St. N.W., a 109,650-square-foot office building in Washington, D.C,’s Central Business District. A joint venture between Normandy Real Estate Partners and NTT Urban Development Corp. acquired the property in 2015, and renovated the asset from Class B to Class A. Originally constructed in 1970, the building was updated to include a new glass curtainwall façade, new..
BOSTON — New York Life Real Estate Investors has originated a $42 million loan for Tower Point, a 157,000-square-foot office building located in Boston’s Seaport District. The property is owned by an institutional fund represented by Bayerische Versorgungskammer. The fund’s investment manager is a German company, Universal-Investment, as advised by Northwood Investors LLC. The loan has a 10-year term. Mark Young of New York Life Real Estate negotiated the loan.
BOSTON — MassHousing has provided $10.6 million in financing to East Boston Community Development Corp. for the acquisition, renovation and preservation of Landfall Community Associates properties totaling 111 units in East Boston. The transaction refinances and consolidates two existing affordable housing communities: the 15-unit Landfall Apartments and the 96-unit East Boston Rehab portfolio. In addition to rehabilitating the property and extending the affordability on the 111 units, the..
BRIDGEWATER AND BOUND BROOK, N.J. — Denholtz Associates has secured a five-year, $9.2 million refinancing from Provident Bank for industrial properties on Chimney Rock Road and Kearney Street in Bridgewater and Bound Brook. Denholtz owns 11 buildings, totaling 264,163 square feet of industrial space, at the 16-building Bridgewater Business Park. Current tenants include Zoned Inc., The Airsoft Factory and Bridgewater Marble. The financing will enable Denholtz to renovate the portfolio of..
NEW YORK CITY — Progress Capital has arranged $8.2 million in refinancing for the former Apple Bank Building at 2526 Grand Concourse in the Bronx. The borrower, Madd Equities, plans to use proceeds of the loan to renovate the street- and basement-level retail spaces at the property. Brad Domenico of Progress Capital secured the financing, which includes a 24-month interest-only payment period.
CROMWELL, CONN. — Money360 has funded a $7.5 million bridge loan for a hotel in Cromwell. The financing allows the undisclosed borrower to utilize the cash-out loan proceeds for additional hospitality acquisitions. The 24-month loan features a fixed rate and interest-only payment options. The full-service hotel features 215 guest rooms.
HOUSTON — BBVA Compass, a Birmingham, Ala.-based bank, has provided a $28.1 million loan for the refinancing of Hotel Derek, a 312-room hotel located in Houston’s Galleria neighborhood. The hotel features a 24-hour fitness center, outdoor pool, more than 10,000 square feet of meeting space and an outdoor movie theater. Colby Mueck and Scott Hall of HFF arranged the loan on behalf of the borrower, Lowe Enterprises Investors, a Los Angeles-based advisory and management firm. Lowe has invested..
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. — NorthMarq Capital has arranged a $15 million loan for Plaza Tower & Courtyard Shops, a 184,000-square-foot office and retail property located at 111 2nd Ave. N.E. and 201 1st St. N.E. in St. Petersburg. Bob Hernandez of NorthMarq arranged the seven-year loan with a 25-year amortization schedule on behalf of the undisclosed borrower. A local community bank provided the funding. The property is home to tenants such as Keller Williams Realty, LIG Marine and Gulfcoast..
HARTFORD, CONN. — KeyBank Real Estate Capital has provided $12.6 million in construction-to-permanent financing to support the redevelopment of an office building located at 101 Pearl St. in downtown Hartford. The long-vacant building will be converted into a 12-story multifamily property featuring 157 market-rate apartment units and 6,113 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Peter Hausherr, Melissa Maher and Kirsten Carlson of Key’s Commercial Mortgage Group arranged the first..
DELAND, FLA. — Hunt Capital Partners has provided $13.4 million in low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC) for the development of The Pines, a 100-unit affordable housing community in DeLand, roughly 50 miles north of Orlando. Hunt Capital Partners structured the funding through its multi-investor fund, Hunt Capital Partners Tax Credit Fund 27, on behalf of the project developer, Roundstone Development LLC. The Pines will offer a mix of one- to four-bedroom units, all set aside for households..