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Walker & Dunlop Provides $34.4M HUD Loan for Multifamily Community in Hampton Roads Region

Meridian Parkside in Newport News, Va., features a 24-hour fitness center, business center, game room, grilling stations, resort-style pool and a sundeck.

NEWPORT NEWS, VA. — Walker & Dunlop has provided a $34.4 million loan through the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the refinancing of Meridian Parkside, a 308-unit multifamily community in Newport News in Virginia’s Hampton Roads region. Hal Reinauer, Tom Toland and Chris Rumul of Walker & Dunlop worked with HUD’s Baltimore office to originate the 35-year HUD 223(f) loan on behalf of the borrowers, Bonaventure Realty Group and Phillip Roper III. The partnership originally acquired the property in 2016. Constructed in 2008, Meridian Parkside offers one- to three-bedroom units and features a 24-hour fitness center, business center, game room, grilling stations, resort-style pool and a sundeck. Section 223(f) insures mortgage loans to facilitate the purchase or refinancing of existing multifamily housing.

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