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A rendering of the 260-unit apartment project being developed at 251 Douglass Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
Joint venture between Canyon Partners Real Estate, Charney and Tavros contributes $64.4bn of equity to fund the deal.
A rendering of an industrial outdoor asset part of a Criterion Group and Columbia Pacific Advisors.
Criterion Group and Columbia Pacific Advisors will use the funding for a portfolio of last-mile logistics centers across 9 states.
The Dallas-based manager’s latest whitepaper highlights the banking pullback and the perception of the US office sector as areas in need of a deeper dive.
US flag flies in front of the US Capitol in Washington DC with cash behind the dome to illustrate coronavirus stimulus payment
US bank lenders will face stricter capital requirements with proposed regulatory changes.
The Los Angeles-based manager raised an aggregate $500m for its funds targeting the strategy in the second quarter of 2023.
A rendering of the planned multifamily tower at 55 Broad Street in New York.
The 30-story office tower at 55 Broad Street will be redeveloped into a 571-unit luxury apartment building.
Lotus, a New York-based advisory, arranged the loan on behalf of Monroe Capital and Witkoff Group.
Borrowers and lenders alike are keeping an eye on rising levels of distress, while the industry faces roughly $1.3trn of loans slated for maturity over the next three years.
The national and regional banks that were once the stalwarts of the commercial real estate lending market are curtailing their activity, opening the door for alternative lenders to build new borrower relationships.
The Dayton, Ohio-based multifamily specialist continues to see good liquidity from regional banks. 

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