PGIM Provides $72M Fannie Mae Loan for Refinancing of Manhattan Apartments

by Taylor Williams

NEW YORK CITY — PGIM Real Estate Finance, the commercial mortgage banking arm of Prudential, has provided a $72 million Fannie Mae loan for the refinancing of Olympia House, a 240-unit apartment complex located in Manhattan’s Turtle Bay neighborhood. The 21-story property, which is within two blocks of Grand Central Station, includes ground-floor commercial space and offers studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units. The loan features a 10-year term and an unspecified period of interest-only payments. The borrowers in the transaction were real estate investors Isaac Hakim, Steven Elghanayan and Michael-Henry Krayem.

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