Grandbridge Provides Two Acquisition Loans Totaling $20M for Metro Atlanta Retail Assets

DULUTH AND FAYETTEVILLE, GA. — Charlotte-based Grandbridge Real Estate Capital has provided a pair of acquisition loans totaling approximately $20 million for two retail assets in metro Atlanta. In the first deal, the company provided a $9.8 million loan for Reynolds Crossing, a 148,809-square-foot center located in the northeastern Atlanta suburb of Duluth. That loan carried a seven-year term, fixed interest rate and a 25-year amortization schedule. In the second transaction, Grandbridge closed a $10.2 million loan for Togwotee Village, a 109,680-square-foot center in Fayetteville, located about 22 miles south of Atlanta. That loan was structured with a 10-year term and a 25-year amortization schedule. Alan Tapie of Grandbridge closed the loans on behalf of the undisclosed borrower.

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