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American Street Capital arranged a cash-out refinance for a multifamily property in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood

ASC Lines Up Cash-Out Refi for Logan Square Multifamily 

American Street Capital (ASC) arranged a $3,938,000 cash-out refinance loan for a 32-unit multifamily building in Chicago’s Logan Square. The loan was originated by Igor Zhizhin, president and founder of ASC. 

The sponsor, a seasoned owner operator, requested a long-term fixed loan to support his investment horizon. Zhizhin arranged the non-recourse, 20-year loan term consisting of 10-years fixed and 10-years floating on a 30-year amortization schedule. The loan was placed with a correspondent agency lender. 

Built in 1926, the building is within walking distance of the neighborhood’s shopping, dining, and entertainment. The three-story multifamily building is composed of six studios, 24 one-, and two two-bedroom apartments, with an average size of 600 square feet.   

Additional amenities include secure entry, bike storage and common laundry. The asset was 100% occupied at closing. 


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