Lake Worth, FL
Boston-based Fantini & Gorga arranged an $11.5 million first mortgage loan for the construction of a self-storage facility in Lake Worth. Fantini & Gorga placed the financing
An earlier article discussed how the Zaxia AVM for CRE helps a commercial loan officer excel in today’s more complex regulated environment. This article will discussBoston, MA
According to Eastern Bank, Gregory Buscone and Matthew Osborne have been promoted to executive vice president, senior commercial banking officer. Both are also membersWestport, CT
Goedecke & Co., LLC, one of New England’s largest privately held mortgage banking companies, has appointed Jay Marshall as executive vice president and Katharine Lombardo
Fantini & Gorga has placed a $27 million construction loan. The Fantini & Gorga team was led by Derek Coulombe, senior managing director, who together with Tim O’Donnell, executive managing director and Despina Hixon, senior director, arranged the financing. Hingham, MA
EagleBridge Capital has arranged acquisition/permanent mortgage financing in the amount of $2.12 million for the future home of Yankee Trader Seafood which will be expanding to 80 Sharp St. The mortgage financing was arranged by EagleBridge principal Ted Sidel Boston, MA
M&T Bank has closed on $105 million of financing for the development of 100 Shawmut Ave. by The Davis Companies. The existing class B office building will be redeveloped and expanded to a luxury condominium building.Marlborough, MA
Cornerstone Realty Capital has arranged $2.7 million in financing for a 12,980 s/f retail building for the Bilotti Group Inc. The property currently houses four tenants and is anchored by a Starbucks. Spaces currently range from 1,500 to 7,466 s/f.
Alan Doyle, principal of Larew Doyle & Associates arranged $26 million in leasehold construction/mini-perm financing for the redevelopment of the Ropewalk and Tar House Buildings, located in the Charlestown Navy Yard, to be converted to a 97-unit residential property with a 20% affordability component. Leominster, MA
KeyBank Real Estate Capital has originated a $12.2 million Fannie Mae, first mortgage loan for Sunrise of Leominster. Built in 1996, the property is comprised of one, three-story, 70-unit building situated on five acres.