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Walker & Dunlop Arranges $48.3M Bridge Loan for Apartment Property in Suburban Grand Rapids

The Grand Castle Apartments is modeled after the famed Neuschwantstein Castle in southern Germany.

GRANDVILLE, MICH. — Walker & Dunlop Inc. has arranged a $48.3 million bridge loan for the refinancing of The Grand Castle Apartments, a newly developed apartment property in Grandville, a suburb of Grand Rapids. Developed by Roger Lucas, a principal of Land & Co., the exterior of the property is modeled after the famed Neuschwantstein Castle in southern Germany. It comprises 522 units. Amenities include a pool, fitness center, business center, resident lounge and dog park. Benjy Krosin of Walker & Dunlop arranged the 24-month, floating-rate loan. Kari Zapolski of Inner Circle Holdings originated the loan, which will enable the borrower to pay off the existing construction debt and complete lease-up.

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