Capital One Closes $32.5M Loan for Apartment Building in New Haven, Connecticut

by Amy Works

NEW HAVEN, CONN. — Capital One has provided a $32.5 million fixed-rate loan under Fannie Mae’s near-stabilization program to Cooper Church LLC. The borrower used the funds to refinance The Union, a 137-unit apartment building in New Haven. Paul Kesicki of Capital One’s Commercial Real Estate Group originated the transaction. The 10-year loan has three years of interest-only payments followed by amortization on a 30-year schedule and 9.5 years of yield maintenance.

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