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Houlihan-Parnes refinances Westchester trophy

Houlihan-Parnes Properties has refinanced its Class A office property at 4 West Red Oak Lane in White Plains.

The five-story, 135,000 s/f property, located on the I-287 corridor in Westchester County, has been in the owner’s portfolio for almost 20 years.  The building boasts 400 parking spaces, half of which are in a covered structure, a café, fitness center, and operable windows. 4 West Red Oak Lane is known for having a long-term stable tenant base.

Historically, the well-established tenant base has included companies active in the real estate services, legal services, financial services, insurance, and telecommunications sectors. Furthermore, the property has had positive absorption during the COVID 19 pandemic.

Bryan Houlihan and Rachel Greenspan, of Houlihan-Parnes Realtors, and GHP Office Realty, arranged a first mortgage loan of $12.7 million on the property.

The mortgage was placed with a local bank for a term of five years at a rate of 3.625%. The rate is fixed for the term of the loan with an initial two-year interest only period. There is a flexible tiered prepayment schedule placed on the deal.

The borrower was represented by John Hogan of Goldberg Weprin Finkel Goldstein, LLP, and the title was ensured by First American Title Insurance Company.

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