Berkeley Point Capital Provides $250.5M Loan for Acquisition of Multifamily Portfolio in Western Region

by Kristin Harlow

WASHINGTON, OREGON, COLORADO AND ARIZONA — Berkeley Point Capital has provided a $250.5 million loan for the acquisition of a multifamily portfolio located in the western United States. Starwood Capital Group acquired the portfolio from Holland Partners.

Built between 1985 and 2002, the portfolio comprises 2,136 units across 11 properties in Washington, Oregon, Colorado and Arizona.

Berkeley Point Capital used Freddie Mac’s Adjustable-Rate Mortgages (ARM) product to provide the 10-year loan. Due to rent levels at the properties, 25 percent of the loan balance qualified as affordable and exempt from Freddie Mac’s production cap.

Charlie Haggard and Kevin Mignogna of Berkeley Point Capital arranged the financing.

Berkeley Point Capital, based in Bethesda, Md., provides financing for multifamily properties, with a portfolio of $55 billion representing 3,600 loans in 49 states.

Greenwich, Conn.-based Starwood Capital Group is a private investment firm with $52 billion of assets under management.

—Kristin Hiller

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