New York Life Real Estate Investors has completed $117 million in financing for a three-year-old, 311-unit luxury apartment tower in Jersey City developed by Roseland Residential Trust.
Kennedy Funding has closed a $1.35 million loan for the owner of a 12-unit apartment building about an hour north of Miami, the Englewood Cliffs-based lender announced.
Tulfra Real Estate is on track to begin its redevelopment of a former AT&T data center site in Rochelle Park after landing a $10.3 million construction loan for a new self-storage facility.
The owner of 11 multifamily buildings in Jersey City has obtained a $21 million loan to refinance the portfolio, in a transaction arranged by Progress Capital.
Kushner Real Estate Group and National Real Estate Advisors LLC have closed on $258 million in construction financing for the second phase of Journal Squared, their high-profile mixed-use development in Jersey City’s historic Journal Square neighborhood.
The owner of an 89,000-square-foot shopping center in Rockaway has refinanced the property for $10 million, brokers with JLL announced Wednesday.
Hartz Mountain Industries has landed $31 million in financing for a well-known office building on the Hudson waterfront, thanks to a loan provided by New York Life Insurance Co.
The developer of a 44-unit apartment building in Brick has landed a $10 million loan for the project, under a transaction arranged by Progress Capital.
Kennedy Funding has closed a $3 million loan for the operator of a religious facility in Tacoma, Washington, the Englewood Cliffs-based direct private lender announced this week.
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