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The company expects to see strong rent growth over the next two years.
Scott Weiner Apollo
As origination competition intensifies, the head of real estate debt at private equity firm Apollo sees opportunity in lending to transitional assets like offices in 2022.
With a looming threat of inflation, the sector is starting to feel like a safer bet.
Borrowers are tapping into ample liquidity for acquisitions and developments while lenders are being adequately compensated for risk.
Avison Young’s Tri-State Debt & Equity Finance Group arranged the Times Square-area financing.
The firm's model is to bring borrowers directly to lenders for a flat fee.
Banks are finding willing buyers in investors seeking higher-yielding assets.
The firm entered the Chicago market this year, originating a $117m loan for LendLease and Super Aware.
Borrowers, lenders and investors should stay focused on the potential impact of rising insurance costs.
Though the firm is worried about the impact of rising construction costs.

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