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SL Green lands $600M loan to rebuild 410 Tenth for Amazon, First Republic

SL Green, Manhattan’s largest office landlord, has closed on a new $600 million construction loan for 410 Tenth Avenue.

The deal scuppers rumors that the REIT was trying to sell the 636,000 s/f former Master Printers Building where it has leased 335,000 s/f to Amazon and 211,521 s/f to First Republic Bank.

“This financing reflects the global capital market’s continued confidence in Class-A, quality Manhattan office assets with strong, credit rated tenants, and specifically exemplifies the resiliency of New York City,” said Andrew Mathias, President of SL Green.

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“We now look ahead to completing this project in the third quarter of 2021, on time and on budget.”

The loan was provided by a consortium of world class domestic and international banks led by Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

At closing, the new five-year facility repatriated $33.9 million of capital previously invested into the project by SL Green and will fund all future capital through completion. This facility replaces the previous $465 million construction facility that was put in place in 2019.

SL Green is in the midst of a building-wide redevelopment of the 20-story property that will include a relocation of the lobby entrance from 34th Street to 33rd Street, construction of a new glass encased steel lobby and nine-foot-high industrial style windows overlooking a new garden.

The finished building will have a 5,000 s/f roof deck along with a 3,000 s/f tenant lounge.

The building already features numerous large terraces ans office floors have 13.5 ft. slab heights with mushroom-capped columns .

SL Green acquired a majority and controlling interest in the building for $409.9 million last year. The company has no comment on the earlier reported that the full block property located at the intersection of Manhattan West and Hudson Yards was for sale.

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