Newmark Knight Frank Provides $102.5M Acquisition Loan for Cityfront Place Apartments in Chicago
CHICAGO — Newmark Knight Frank has provided a $102.5 million Freddie Mac loan for the acquisition of Cityfront Place, a 39-story, 480-unit multifamily community in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood.
Built in 1991, Cityfront Place is located along the Chicago River less than a mile from Lake Michigan. The property offers studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans. Communal amenities include a business center, lounge, rooftop terrace, pool, sundeck, fitness center and a pet washing station.
Unit interiors include marble floors in the bathrooms, walk-in closets, wood-flooring in select units and balconies. According to Apartments.com, rents range from $1,826 to $4,553 per month.
Landmarks in Streeterville include the Wrigley Building, Tribune Tower, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Children’s Museum and the Navy Pier. The neighborhood is bordered by Lake Michigan to the east, the Chicago River to the south, North Rush Street to the west and East Lake Shore Drive to the north.
Henry Stimler and Charles Han of NKF originated the loan on behalf of a partnership between Chicago-based Strategic Properties of North America, Integrated Capital Management and South Korea-based Mirae Asset Daewoo. The loan features a five-year term with interest-only payments and a fixed interest rate of 3 percent.
CBRE represented the undisclosed seller in the transaction.
— Alex Tostado