Concord Summit Capital Arranges $70M Loan for Refinancing of Buffalo Apartments

by Taylor Williams

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Concord Summit Capital, a Miami-based financial intermediary, has arranged a $70 million bridge loan for the refinancing of Phase I of Heron Pointe Apartments, a 376-unit multifamily community in Buffalo. The borrower, Buffalo-based Rane Property Management, will use proceeds from the three-year, nonrecourse loan to pay off construction debt from the 232-unit first phase of the development. Construction of the 144-unit second phase is underway and is slated to be complete in the third quarter. Heron Pointe features one-, two- and three-bedroom units and amenities such as a clubhouse with a coffee room and fitness center, a pool, dog park and a playground. Kevin O’Grady, David Larson, Keegan Burger and Daniel Rojo of Concord Summit Capital arranged the loan through TPG, a San Francisco-based private equity firm previously known as Texas Pacific Group.

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