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Newmark Arranges $150 Million Construction Loan for Inwood Mixed-Use Project Developed by Arden Group

 Newmark has arranged a $150 million construction loan on behalf of Arden Group for its development of 4650 Broadway. The property is a planned mixed-use 19-story residential and commercial asset located across from historic Fort Tyron Park in Upper Manhattan’s Inwood neighborhood. The Newmark team was led by Co-Heads of Debt & Structured Finance Jordan Roeschlaub and Dustin Stolly, along with Executive Managing Director Chris Kramer. Banco Inbursa provided the loan.

Upon completion of construction, 4650 Broadway will feature 222 residential units (30% of which will be designated affordable), an 80,000-square-foot charter school, 38,000 square feet of accompanying retail and underground parking spaces. Residential units will occupy the fourth through 19th floors and enjoy access to an expansive suite of amenities, including a rooftop terrace with skyline views of Manhattan and New Jersey and View Smart Windows in every unit. Approximately 15,000 square feet of the retail space is anticipated to be leased to an anchor grocery tenant. The remaining 23,400 square feet attracts attention from tenants seeking newly developed, strategically located space with soaring ceiling heights. The building expects to welcome its first residents in the summer of 2024.

Located at the intersection of Broadway and Sherman Avenue, the property sits across from Fort Tyron Park and benefits from exposure to two of the neighborhood’s major throughways. In addition to stunning park views, it is situated just minutes from the Dyckman Street Station, offering commuters immediate access to Downtown Manhattan.

Surrounded on three sides by the Hudson and Harlem Rivers, Inwood has been dubbed Upper Manhattan’s most intimate neighborhood, offering its community a historic “main street” feel along Dyckman Street while only minutes away from Manhattan’s most prominent commercial and leisure destinations. The New York City Development Corporation is leading the implantation of the Inwood NYC Action Plan, which will deliver over $200 million of new public investment to the neighborhood, including 1,600 new affordable homes, two new waterfront parks, renovated public library and a complete overhaul to the neighborhood’s existing infrastructure.

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