GCP Capital Group arranges 12 mortgages totaling $95.278 million

September 19, 2017 - Financial Digest

New York, NY GCP Capital Group LLC has arranged mortgage financing in the amount of $95.278 million for the following 12 properties:

• $14 million for a six-story multifamily apartment building containing 99 units and 2,000 s/f of commercial space on West 147th St. in Manhattan. Adam Brostovski, principal of GCP, arranged the financing.  

• $14 million for two adjacent six-story mixed-use buildings containing a total of 42 units and 4,000 s/f of commercial space on Ninth Ave. in Manhattan. Paul Greenbaum, managing member of GCP, arranged the financing.

• $11.5 million for two six-story mixed-use buildings containing 51 apartments and 845 s/f in the East Village, Manhattan. Perlmutter arranged the financing.

• $9 million for a ten-story mixed-use and a four-story mixed-use building containing 58 units and 6,600 s/f  on West 141st St. in Manhattan. Perlmutter arranged the financing. 

• $7.7 million for a five-story multifamily apartment building containing 44 units and 3,200 s/f on 51st St., Queens.  Perlmutter arranged the financing. 

• $6.85 million for a six-story multifamily apartment building containing 59 units on 41st St., Queens.  Perlmutter arranged the financing. 

• $6.593 million for a six-story multifamily apartment building containing 40 units on 46th St., Queens. Perlmutter arranged the financing.

• $6.5 million for a five-story mixed-use building containing eight apartments and 1,700 s/f on Columbus Ave., Manhattan. Greenbaum arranged the financing. 

• $6 million combined financing for two fully occupied multifamily buildings containing a total of 10 units in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn and the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan. David Sessa, senior associate of GCP, arranged the financing.

• $5.9 million combined financing for three mixed-use buildings containing seven apartments and 5,000 s/f in the Park Slope and Prospect Heights sections of Brooklyn. Matthew Classi, managing member and Jack Fried, senior associate of GCP, arranged the financing.

• $5.1 million for a ground floor and lower level retail cooperative unit comprised of 8,500 s/f on Broadway on the Upper West Side, Manhattan. Sessa arranged the financing.

• $2.135 million for two two-story multifamily apartment buildings containing eight units on Greene Ave., Queens. Matthew Albano, managing director of GCP, arranged the financing.

Comments

Add Comment


More from the New York Real Estate Journal