Real Estate Weekly
Image default
Deals & Dealmakers Debt & Equity

Square Mile provides $71M for condo stabilization

Square Mile Capital Management announced that it has originated a $71 million loan secured by The Rennie, a newly-built condominium building located in the Harlem neighborhood of New York, NY.

The property spans the entire block between West 137th and 138th Streets along Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, and is an eight-story building containing 134 residential condominium units, ground-floor retail, community facility space, and below-grade parking.

The loan was made to Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group and BRP Companies.

It includes proceeds to repay existing debt, return equity to the Sponsor and provide term to allow for condominium sales.

The financing was arranged by Preston Flammang of Cushman & Wakefield’s New York City office.
Square Mile Capital Principal Sean Reimer said, “We are pleased to continue our lending relationship with Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group and develop new ties with BRP, an experienced owner, developer, and operator with a strong track record within New York City, including the Harlem neighborhood.

‟The partnership has successfully sold all of the residential condominiums at the Aurum, located six blocks south, and we believe that it is the ideal team to execute on the business plan for the Property.”

The immediate area surrounding the property contains numerous retailers, fitness studios, and restaurants, including Harlem Cycle, Ponty Bistro, Belle Harlem and Harlem Nights. The Property is also conveniently located two blocks from the A, C, and B subway lines and four blocks from the 2 and 3 lines.

Residents will benefit from amenities such as a 24/7 doorman, decorated rooftop, terrace with grills, party room, children’s playroom, laundry room, fitness center, and pet spa.

Related posts

Lexington Realty closes $338.2M deal to sell land under 3 Manhattan hotels

Christian Brazil Bautista

Extell sells Sixth Avenue properties for $52M, buyers plan luxury housing

Kyle Campbell

Ladder Capital funds one of year’s biggest hotel loans

REW