J.P. Morgan Provides $415M in Financing for 3 Times Square Office Building

by Taylor Williams

NEW YORK CITY — A consortium of lenders led by J.P. Morgan and including Bank of America and M&T Bank has provided $415 million in financing for 3 Times Square, a 30-story office building in Midtown Manhattan. The borrower, The Rudin Family, launched a renovation program last spring that added new tenant amenities and health and wellness features. In addition to consolidating existing debt, a portion of the proceeds will be used to advance the repositioning, specifically to modernize the lobby and building systems, as well as to activate the outdoor amenity space and fund leasing costs. The 885,000-square-foot building was originally constructed in 2001 as the North American headquarters of Reuters. In addition, earlier this year, Rudin signed Touro College to a 243,305-square-foot lease for a new campus within 3 Times Square.

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