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Associated Bank closed on $67,534,926 of construction financing to Greystar for a community of luxury townhomes in Maple Grove, Minnesota

Associated Bank Provides Greystar with Financing for Twin Cities Townhomes 

Associated Bank closed on $67,534,926 in financing for Greystar to construct Summerwell Maple Grove, a community of two-story luxury townhomes located at 15400 105th Ave. North in Maple Grove, MN, approximately 17 miles northwest of Minneapolis. SVP Edward “Ted” Notz with Associated’s commercial real estate division arranged the financing. 

The property formerly was unimproved agricultural land. Summerwell Maple Grove will consist of 220 two-story luxury rental townhomes, ranging in size from 1,187 to 1,996 square feet. Units will be available in two, three and four-bedroom configurations, all with a dedicated two-car garage.  

Amenities will include a luxury clubhouse with fitness center, yoga room, business center, clubroom with kitchen, outdoor pool with patio & lounge area and grilling station, dog park, walking trails, children’s playground and putting green. Construction will begin shortly and completion is expected the same time next year. 


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