Real estate: finance.Meridian Meridian (mərĭd`ēən), city (1990 pop. 41,036), seat of Lauderdale co., E Miss., near the Ala. line; settled 1831, inc. 1860. Capital Group LLC (Logical Link Control) See "LANs" under data link protocol.
LLC - Logical Link Control announced the following transactions:
* Meridian Capital Group procured financing of $12 million on a 38 unit, 9 story building on East 49th Street in Manhattan. The loan featured a rate of 6.25%, interest only and a 10 year term. Avi Weinstock negotiated the transaction.
* Meridian placed a new mortgage of $6.08 million on a 6 story building containing 165 residential plus 9 commercial units on 4th Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. The loan featured a rate of 5.4% and a 10 year term. The transaction was negotiated by Avi Weinstock.
* A new mortgage of $6 million was placed by Meridian on a 104 unit, garden apartment complex in Newington, CT. The loan featured a rate of 6.5% and a l0 year term.
* Meridian placed a new mortgage of $2.85 million on a 6 story building with 25 units & 2 commercial spaces, on St Marks St Marks may refer to:
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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 rate of 6.07% and a 10 year term. Arthur Preisler negotiated the transaction.
* Meridian arranged financing of $2.15 million on a 82 unit, 6 story Building on Brighton 6th Street in Brooklyn, NY. The loan featured a rate of 5.95% and a 10 year term. Moshe Majeski and Carol Shelby negotiated the transaction.
* A new mortgage of $1.55 million was placed by Meridian on a 38 unit, 4 story building on 18th Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. The loan featured a rate of 6.125% and a 7 year term. Morris Diamant negotiated the transaction.
* A new-mortgage was placed by Meridian for $1.125 million on a 5 story walk up apartment building with 2 commercial units on Madison Street in New York City. The property will benefit from a rate of 6.75%. Cary E. Pollack pollack: see cod.
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GCP Grand Central Parkway (New York) Capital Group LLC announced the following transactions:
* A $1.05 million loan for a four-story apartment building in Paterson, N.J.;
* A $5 million loan for senior citizen apartment complex in Sayville, N.Y.;
* A $3 million loan for a two-story garden apartment complex in Brentwood, N.Y.;
* A $1.95 million loan for three contiguous Adjacent or touching. Contrast with fragmentation. See contiguous file. apartment buildings on W. 172nd St. in New York City;
* A $4.45 million loan for three five-story apartment buildings on Dyckman St. in New York City;
* A $1.775 million loan for three five-story apartment buildings on Audubon Ave. in New York City.
Matthew Classi, Alan Perlmutter, and Adam Brostovksi arranged the financing for these transactions.
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REALTY. An abstract of real, as distinguished from personalty. Realty relates to lands and tenements, rents or other hereditaments. Vide Real Property. Advisors, LLC arranged a $1.792 million first mortgage for an 8,900 SF retail building on Jerome Ave. in the Bronx. The loan featured a 6.75% rate, a 10-year term, and a 25-year amortization schedule.
Colonial Group, Ltd. announced the following transactions:
* An $800,000 first mortgage for a co-op apartment building on Bennett Ave. in New York City;
* A $1.4 million first mortgage for a co-op apartment building on W. 192nd St. in New York City.
Legg Mason Founded in 1899, Legg Mason, Inc. (NYSE: LM) is a leading Global Asset Management Firm that serves the institutional, mutual fund and wealth management markets. The firm is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, and is located on Lombard and Charles Streets in the Legg Mason Real Estate announced the following transactions:
* A $3 million mortgage for an apartment complex in Rocky Point Rocky Point may refer to:
* A $2.5 million mortgage for a 153,000 SF office building in Rochester, N.Y. The loan featured a 20-year term and a 20-year amortization schedule. Craig Bjornsund, senior vice president, and John Quartuccio, senior vice president, arranged the financing for this transaction;
* A $595,000 mortgage for an apartment building on Amsterdam Ave. in New York City. The loan featured a seven-year term and a 25-year amortization schedule. Craig Bjornsund and John Quartuccio arranged the financing for this transaction.
Sonneblick-Goldman Company arranged an acquisition and redevelopment loan for a warehouse facility in Queens, N.Y. Peter Berk arranged the financing for this transaction.
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