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UBS funds $29M loan to refinance Walmart-anchored shopping center

Newmark Knight Frank has arranged a $29 million fixed-rate loan for the refinancing of the Naugatuck Shopping Center in Waterbury, Connecticut.

The Newmark Knight Frank team was led by Dustin Stolly and Jordan Roeschlaub, vice chairmen and co-heads of the New York Debt & Structured Finance team, along with senior managing directors Nick Scribani and Chris Kramer. UBS provided the loan.

The 383,000 s/f grocery-anchored power shopping center is located at 950 Wolcott Street in Waterbury, Connecticut. The center is home to tenants including Walmart, Stop & Shop, Sprint, Weight Watchers and Comcast, and is approximately 98 percent occupied.

Over the past year, Walmart invested in a substantial renovation and remodeling of its space to upgrade the store and improve the customer experience.

The Stop & Shop grocery store and gas station, which recently extended their lease, also underwent a $2 million renovation plan, making it a significant and regular draw for nearby residents and regional travelers.

Stolly commented, “This property’s diversified roster of tenants make it a popular destination for the regional retail community.

“The recent extension by Stop & Shop underscores the center’s strong location and its importance to area residents and travelers alike.”

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