QFC SECURES TWO RETAIL LOANS TOTALING $10.8 MILLION
DALLAS AND ROWLETT, TEXAS — Dallas-based Quantum First Capital (QFC) has secure a total of $10.8 million in financing for two Texas shopping centers. In Dallas, QFC closed on a $7.5 million loan for Northlake Shopping Center, a 99,920-square-foot retail property located at the corner of East Northwest Highway and Ferndale Road. The center is occupied by a tenant roster that includes Tuesday Morning, Dollar Tree and the U.S. Post Office. The bridge loan carries a 3-year term with a LIBOR-priced floating rate. Stuart Wernick and Eli Gershenson of QFC originated the transaction.
In Rowlett, Gershenson originated a $3.3 million loan for the acquisition of Bank of America Lakeview Center, a 19,160-square-foot shopping center located at 2409 Lakeview Pkwy. The center is shadow-anchored by The Home Depot and Wal-Mart Supercenter. Major tenants include Bank of America, Cato Fashions, Check ‘n Go, H&R Block and Garland Dental Group. The loan carries a 5-year term with a fixed interest rate in the low 6 percent range. An Oklahoma-based financial institution provided the loan to an overseas investor.