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Greystone Provides $15 Million in Bridge Financing for Multifamily Community in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Greystone, a leading national commercial real estate finance company, has provided $14,938,000 in bridge financing for the acquisition of a 154-unit multifamily property in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The transaction was originated by Reuben Dolny, Director, and Jason
Yuen, Managing Director, at Greystone, on behalf of Cape Sierra Capital.

Constructed in 2002, Lynden Parke Apartments in Washtenaw County consists of a garden-style building featuring studio, one and two-bedroom units. The $14,938,000 interest-only bridge loan from Greystone carries a 24-month term with one 12-month extension option, enabling the borrower to complete the acquisition and fund capital improvements while Greystone works to secure permanent

Agency financing as part of its Bridge-to-Agency platform. 

“Our comprehensive lending platform and deep multifamily expertise means we can deliver the right financing for our clients through every phase of a project’s lifecycle,” said Mr. Dolny. “Greystone’s bridge program is a great fit for those who need a short-term solution while preparing for permanent financing.” 

“We are truly impressed with Greystone’s industry knowledge and attention to detail – the team took care of us every step of the way,” said Mr. David Kamara, Managing Director of Cape Sierra Capital, the borrower. “This is our second transaction in as many years with Greystone. Reuben and Jason were great partners on this transaction and we look forward to working with them again.”

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