Loans

BOSTON — JLL has arranged a $27.8 million acquisition loan for a portfolio of four industrial buildings totaling roughly 400,000 square feet in the greater Boston area. The names and addresses were not disclosed. The properties comprise a mix of single-tenant warehouse, distribution and manufacturing buildings that were 100 percent leased at the time of the loan closing. Andrew Gray and Ryan Parker arranged the nonrecourse, fixed-rate loan through Bristol County Savings Bank on behalf of the borrower, NorthBridge Partners.

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WAYNE, N.J. — Truist Bank has provided a $25 million loan for the refinancing of a 353,000-square-foot industrial property in the Northern New Jersey community of Wayne. The property at 415 Hamburg Turnpike was built on 17 acres in 1968 and features clear heights of 18 to 26 feet, 20 dock-high loading doors, six drive-in doors and 63,720 square feet of office space. The borrower was locally based investment firm The STRO Cos. The property was fully leased at the time of the loan closing.

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PHILADELPHIA — Walker & Dunlop Inc. has provided a $285.5 million loan for the refinancing of Vantage and The View at Montgomery, two student housing properties located on Temple University’s campus in Philadelphia. The Class A communities total 1,816 beds. Completed in 2019, Vantage rises 19 stories with 368 units. The property features more than 30,000 square feet of amenity space, retail offerings and floor plans ranging from studios to four bedrooms. Opened in 2014, The View at Montgomery includes 238 units and is located in the center of Temple University’s main campus. The 14-story building features studios through four-bedroom layouts. The Goldenberg Group acquired the site for Vantage and The View at Montgomery in 2008 as part of a multi-phase student housing project to bring much-needed rental product to Temple University. Walker & Dunlop’s multifamily finance and capital markets teams originated the seven-year, fixed-rate loans through Freddie Mac on behalf of The Goldenberg Group. Additionally, Walker & Dunlop Investment Partners (WDIP) provided a preferred equity investment as part of the refinancings. “In the face of macro headwinds stemming from the financial crisis, the COVID pandemic and nationwide enrollment pressure, the student housing sector has proven its resiliency time and …

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ATLANTA — The LCP Group has provided an undisclosed amount of construction financing for the development of Moxy Centennial Olympic Park, a 183-room hotel in Atlanta’s downtown entertainment district. The developer is a partnership between Atlanta-based Nexera Capital and Emerge Hospitality Group. Upon completion, the property will feature 13 stories, with a rooftop restaurant and lounge, lobby bar and ground-level retail space. The hotel’s opening is scheduled for the second quarter of 2026. Nearby attractions include the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, State Farm Arena and the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the home arena of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United.

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SAN ANTONIO — San Francisco-based mortgage banking firm Gantry has placed a $12 million loan for the refinancing of Lockaway Storage, a 716-unit facility in San Antonio. Built in 2018, the property spans 140,285 net rentable square feet and offers climate- and non-climate-controlled units, mini-office and warehouse spaces and oversized vehicle parking spaces. Tom Dao and Joe Foley of Gantry arranged the fixed-rate loan, which carries a five-year term and a 25-year amortization schedule, through an undisclosed life insurance company. The borrower was also not disclosed.

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MERCER ISLAND, WASH. — Gantry has secured a $40 million permanent loan for the refinancing of Mercer Apartments on Mercer Island, a Puget Sound community between Seattle and Bellevue. Located at 7650 SE 27th St. and 2558 76th Ave. SE, Mercer Apartments features 235 apartments and 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. The unit mix includes studio, one- and two-bedroom floorplans. Community amenities include barbecue areas, an outdoor heated pool and spa, community clubhouse, fitness facilities and concierge services. A restaurant, nail salon and interior design studio and showroom occupy the retail space. Mike Wood and Alicia Sabanero of Gantry secured the loan on behalf of the borrower, a private real estate investor. The 10-year, non-recourse loan features a fixed rate with full-term interest-only payments. A life insurance company provided the capital.

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WENATCHEE, WASH. — Graystoke Capital Partners has received $16.9 million in acquisition financing for The Landing at Saddlerock, a garden-style apartment property located at 1105 Red Apple Road in Wenatchee, approximately midway between Seattle and Spokane. Tony Nargi and Brock Knapp of JLL’s debt advisory team originated the seven-year, fixed-rate, near-stabilization. Fannie Mae loan, which JLL Real Estate Capital will service. Formerly known as Eleven01 at Saddlerock, The Landing at Saddlerock features 84 one-, two- and three-bedroom units featuring quartz countertops, stainless appliances and nine-foot ceilings. Community amenities include a leasing office, dog run, gazebo, gas grills and access to local trail systems. At the time of sale, the property was 82 percent occupied and 85 percent leased. The community opened in December 2023. Fortified Property Solutions, Graystoke’s integrated property management company, will manage the asset. The seller and price were not disclosed.

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ANNVILLE, PA. — Berkadia has arranged $12.8 million in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) equity financing for Carmany Place Apartments, a 48-unit affordable housing project in Annville, an eastern suburb of Harrisburg. The property will consist of three buildings with 30 two-bedroom units and 18 three-bedroom units that will be reserved for households earning between 20 and 80 percent of the area median income. Brian Blanchard of Berkadia secured the equity on behalf of the sponsor, Völker Development. Fulton Bank purchased the tax credits and also provided construction debt for the project.

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IRONDEQUOIT, N.Y. — Red Oak Capital Holdings has funded an $8.6 million bridge loan for the acquisition of Irondequoit Plaza, a 205,000-square-foot shopping center located near Rochester. Built on 21 acres in 1980 and last renovated in 2005, the center was roughly 95 percent leased at the time of sale to tenants such as Citizens Bank, Dollar Tree, Dunkin’ and Big Lots. Polaris Funding arranged the debt through Red Oak on behalf of the sponsor, Sky Capital Group, which also purchased the adjacent Wegmans supermarket. That property is not collateralized by the loan, which was structured with a three-year term and a 65.6 percent loan-to-value ratio. Michael Cleeman of Cleeman Realty Group represented Sky Capital Group in the purchase of the Wegmans store, which totals 102,337 square feet. Sam Seelenfreund, also with Cleeman Realty, represented the undisclosed seller in the Wegmans deal. The combined purchase price was $16.5 million.

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HUDSON, N.Y. — Bayview PACE has provided $7 million in C-PACE financing for an adaptive reuse project in Hudson, about 35 miles south of Albany. Pocketbook Hudson is a conversion of the historic Pocketbook knitting mill factory dating to the 1890s into a 70,000-square-foot mixed-use property. Now under construction, the $42 million project will include a 40-room hotel, wellness center, lounge, restaurant, bar and café, as well as spaces devoted to artwork, affordable retail and nonprofit offices. Bayview’s long-term C-PACE  financing for Pocketbook’s energy and resiliency components was facilitated with Energy Improvement Corp., the New York State nonprofit that administers C-PACE.

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