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LLC - Logical Link Control reported $1.8 billion in new multi-family and commercial mortgages during January January: see month. and February February: see month. of 2004. Transaction highlights for the months include:
Meridian negotiated a $21.8 million mortgage for a 160-unit luxury apartment complex in East Brunswick, N.J. The loan featured a 10-year term;
Meridian negotiated a $22.48 million mortgage for a luxury six-story, mixed-use building, containing 64 apartments and 11 commercial/professional units, on Popham Road in Scarsdale, N.Y. The loan featured a seven-year term. Avi Weinstuck and Josh JOSH Joshua
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Meridian secured financing for a $10 million mortgage for a 24-story, 42-unit luxury doorman apartment building with two commercial units on E. 57th St. in New York City New York City: see New York, city.
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City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. . The loan featured a 10-year term. Sam (1) (Security Accounts Manager) The part of Windows NT that manages the database of usernames, passwords and permissions. A SAM resides in each server as well as in each domain controller. See PDC and trust relationship. Spinner handled the transaction;
Meridian arranged financing of $7.75 million for a 15-story apartment building, containing 93 units, on West End Ave AVE Avenue
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Meridian placed a $7.4 million loan for a six-story apartment building, containing 77 apartments plus two commercial units, in Forest Hills, N.Y. The loan featured a seven-year term. Jeffrey J. Weinberg and Avi Weinstock negotiated the transaction.
A new mortgage of $27 million was arranged by Meridian for a 188,273 s/f office building located on 33rd St. in Long Island City, N.Y. The loan featured a seven-year term. David M. Rosenberg, Jeffrey J. Weinberg and Brad Kraus handled the transaction;
Meridian placed a $26 million loan for a 498,840 s/f property featuring retail and office space at Bruckner Plaza in Bronx, N.Y. The loan featured an eight-year term;
Meridian negotiated a $19.5 million mortgage for a 16-story, 157,251 s/f commercial property located on W. 32nd St. in New York City. The loan featured a seven-year term. David M. Rosenberg, Aaron M. Birnbaum and Michael Kesselman negotiated the transaction;
Meridian arranged financing for a $13 million commercial mortgage for a nine-story, 155,350 s/f building on Jay St. in Brooklyn, N.Y. The loan featured a 10-year term. David M. Rosenberg, Aaron M. Birnbaum and Brad Kraus handled the transaction;
Meridian arranged financing for an $11 million loan on a 21-story, 91,050 s/f office building located on Sixth Ave. in New York City. The loan featured a 12-year term. Allan Lieberman handled the transaction.