The Singer & Bassuk Group Receives $80M Loan for Office, Retail Property in NYC

NEW YORK CITY — The Singer & Bassuk Organization (SBO) has received $80 million in permanent financing for 501 Madison Avenue, a 30-story office and retail property owned by heirs of Cornelius Vanderbilt III. The loan is the last phase of a three-part series of interim, construction and permanent financing, which SBO first started to arrange in 2013, that aggregate to more than $160 million for the 200,000-square-foot asset. The property has undergone numerous renovations, including a new façade for the first- and second-floor retail spaces; new building entrance, lobby, elevators, windows, and cooling tower; electrical-system upgrades; and revitalized multi-tenant common areas. Tenants at the property include Carlo Pazolini, Oscar Heyan Inc., Randi Rahm, Innisfree M&A Inc. and The World Jewish Congress Foundation. The loan was provided by AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company.

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