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An affiliate of Tinton Falls-based Progress Capital has added to its out-of-state portfolio, acquiring a 219,000-square-foot shopping center in North Carolina.
The owners of a refurbished historic warehouse building in the Bronx have refinanced the property for $85 million, under a newly announced transaction by Progress Capital.
The developers of a new Memorial Sloan Kettering facility in Manhattan have landed $130 million in financing, under a newly announced transaction by Progress Capital.
Progress Capital has arranged $16 million in financing for a client to acquire a 219-bed, multisite student housing portfolio near Pennsylvania’s Lehigh University.
The owner of a 176,000-square-foot shopping center in Camden County has refinanced the property for more than $22 million, under a new transaction by Progress Capital.
The developer of a new 96-unit apartment building in Union City has landed more than $23 million in permanent financing, in a transaction arranged by Progress Capital.
The owners of a 200,000-square-foot office building in downtown Newark have secured $34 million in financing, under a newly announced transaction by Progress Capital.
A private investor has acquired an 18-building, 487-unit multifamily portfolio in Hudson and Bergen counties, under a $75 million deal arranged by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.