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Progress Capital Funds $2.3M Acquisition of Vacant Jersey City Gas Station

JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Progress Capital has provided a $2.3 million bridge loan for the acquisition of a vacant gas station located at 348 Baldwin Ave. in Jersey City. Kathy Anderson of Progress Capital arranged the financing for borrower, 350 Pavonia Group LLC. The term of the interest-only loan is 12 months accompanied by a fixed-rate of 12 percent. The gas station is slated to be demolished and the site has been approved for rezoning as residential. The borrower plans to construct a 45-unit multifamily building on the site. The below-ground tanks at the site were properly sealed at the time the gas station closed, according to the lender. Prior to purchase and approval of the multifamily development, testing at the site showed no risk of environmental hazard.

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