Cronheim Mortgage Closes $50.5M Financing for Retail Center in Easton, Pa.

by Haisten Willis

EASTON, PA. — Cronheim Mortgage has secured $50.5 million in financing for Northampton Crossings, a 622,000-square-foot power center in Easton. The refinancing loan was structured with a 15-year fixed-rate, which was locked 11 months prior to closing. American General Life Insurance Co., The Variable Annuity Life Insurance Co., National Union Fire Insurance Co. and American Home Assurance Co. funded the loan. Northampton Crossings was constructed in 1995 and anchor tenants include Walmart, Sam’s Club, Kohl’s, Staples and a 14-screen Regal Cinemas. Inline tenants include Hobby Lobby, Lane Bryant, Starbucks, Sleepy’s, GameStop, Panera Bread, Sally Beauty Supply, GNC and Sears Hardware. Andrew Stewart, Dev Morris and Andrew Tsukamoto of Cronheim Mortgage originated the loan.

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