MetLife Provides $70M Loan for Refinancing of Manhattan Apartment Tower


Rising 33 stories and spanning 293 units, 21 West Street in Manhattan is proximate to major employers in its namesake neighborhood such as Goldman Sachs and American Express.

NEW YORK CITY — MetLife Investment Management has provided a $70 million permanent loan for the refinancing of 21 West Street, a 33-story apartment tower in Manhattan’s Financial District. The pet-friendly property offers 293 units in one-, two- and three-bedroom formats and amenities such as a fitness center, rooftop deck, community lounge with a playroom and catering kitchen and a 24-hour lobby attendant. Jonathan Schwartz, Adam Schwartz, Aaron Appel, Keith Kurland, Michael Ianno and Triston Stegal of Walker & Dunlop arranged the financing on behalf of the borrower, locally based owner-operator Rose Associates. The 12-year loan was structured with a fixed rate and interest-only payments for the entire term.

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‣ Lee & Associates
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