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Newmark Arranges $99.2M Acquisition Loan for Six-Building Bay Area Life Sciences Complex

ALAMEDA, CALIF. — Newmark has arranged $99.2 million in financing to Invesco Advisers for the acquisition and conversion of a newly developed, six-building portfolio in Alameda.

Ramsey Daya and Chris Moritz of Newmark’s Debt & Structured Finance team arranged the financing for the buyer. PGIM Real Estate placed the loan.

Located at 1410-1430 Harbor Bay Road and 1955-2115 N. Loop Road, the six buildings feature 24- to 28-foot clear heights, dock-high and at-grade doors and ample power. Invesco plans to convert the 335,000-square-foot property into a state-of-the-art life sciences complex, including lab research, development and domestic good manufacturing practice (GMP) manufacturing.

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