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American Street Capital arranged a $4,275,000 acquisition bridge loan for a 180-unit multifamily portfolio in Wichita, KS

ASC Furnishes Bridge Loan for Wichita Portfolio

American Street Capital (ASC) has secured a $4,275,000 acquisition bridge loan for a 180-unit multifamily portfolio in Wichita, KS. Kyle Tyrrell, a first VP of ASC, originated the loan. 

ASC was exclusively engaged by the undisclosed borrower to source the high-leverage acquisition bridge loan for the community in Wichita. Chicago-based ASC structured the bridge loan with a 12-month term consisting of interest-only payments.  The loan was placed with a correspondent debt fund. 

Built in 1941 and recently renovated, the 50-building multifamily complex contains 180 units with a unit mix consisting of studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments.  The community is situated on 10.5 acres with additional amenities including an onsite management office, laundry facilities, ample parking and green space.  The asset was 88% occupied at closing. 


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