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Greystone Provides $15.7 Million in Freddie Mac Financing for Multifamily Property in Indianapolis

Greystone, a leading national commercial real estate finance company, has provided $15,656,000 in Freddie Mac Optigo® financing to acquire a 208-unit multifamily
property in Indianapolis, Indiana. The financing was originated by Miryam Reinitz-Kops, Vice President in Greystone’s New York office. George Tikijian of Cushman & Wakefield acted as correspondent on the transaction.

Constructed in 1989, Trails at Lakeside in Marion County is a garden-style apartment community consisting of six buildings that offer one-, two- and three-bedroom units. The $15,656,000 non-recourse, fixed-rate Freddie Mac loan carries a 12-year term and 30-year amortization, with three years of interest-only payments. In addition to the acquisition, loan proceeds enable the borrower to make improvements to the property.

Capodagli Property Company, led by George Capodagli, President, has recently initiated a new mandate to expand its footprint beyond New Jersey, where the company currently owns and operates a few thousand units of self-built multifamily. “Indianapolis is an ideal market for our growth plans and we are looking forward to building a strong presence there,” said Jim Feisel, Vice President at Capodagli Property Company, who is heading up this expansion initiative.  

“Clients trust Greystone because of our deep financing platform and unparalleled industry acumen – we pride ourselves in finding creative solutions for every transaction,” said Ms. Reinitz-Kops. “Our goal is to provide a superior service experience on every transaction so our clients can realize the goals they have for all of the properties in their portfolios.”

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