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111 River Street in Hoboken is part of a three-building portfolio developed by SJP Properties

3650 REIT Provides Preferred Equity in Hoboken Office Deal 

3650 REIT has made a $30-million preferred equity investment to help finance the acquisition of Waterfront Corporate Center I, a 558,000-square-foot office asset at 111 River Street in Hoboken, NJ.  

The investment carries a term of five years and was provided to a joint venture of David Werner Real Estate Investments, SJP Properties and Onyx Partners. The senior acquisition loan was provided by BMO Financial Group and is slated for the securitization market.  

Published reports say the property, part of the Waterfront Corporate Center portfolio originally developed by SJP, traded for about $210 million. With the acquisition, SJP now controls the entire portfolio. 

“3650’s high-touch process was instrumental to completing this investment in a timely manner, and we look forward to a continued long-term relationship with the transaction sponsors and with BMO Financial Group, the senior lender for the transaction,” said Jonathan Roth, 3650 managing partner. 


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