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295 Fifth Avenue Repositioning Lands $150M Financing

Newmark arranged a $150-million loan to finance 295 Fifth Ave. on behalf of Tribeca Investment Group, Meadow Partners and PGIM Real Estate. 295 Fifth is a soon-to-be-completed 19-story, 710,000-square-foot, fully renovated trophy office tower in Midtown South.  

The Newmark team was led by Dustin Stolly and Jordan Roeschlaub, vice chairmen and co-heads of the sebt & structured finance team, along with Senior Managing Directors Christopher Kramer and Nick Scribani, director Ben Kroll and finance analyst Holden Witkoff. Deutsche Pfandbriefbank provided the loan. 

“Being able to secure financing for this type of product during this uncertain time speaks to the quality of the collective ownership of the property,” said Stolly.  

Roeschlaub added, “Since the pandemic, we’ve seen office users flocking to quality assets to attract and retain their talent. The recent top-of-the-line modernization at 295 Fifth Ave. will make it a destination property for the city’s office tenants.” 


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