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Berkadia Arranges Acquisition Loan for Tinley Park Apartments 

Berkadia secured financing for Edenbridge Apartments, a 309-unit midrise multifamily property in Tinley Park, IL. Managing director John J. Schorgl of Berkadia Kansas City secured the acquisition financing on behalf of the borrower, Illinois-based Artisan Capital Group. Terms weren’t disclosed.  

The three-year bridge loan financed through Cohen & Company features a floating rate, is interest only and non-recourse.    

“This is a great opportunity for both the sponsors and community as the apartment complex was in need of a few upgrades,” said Schorgl.     

Located at 18134 S 66th Ct. In Tinley Park, Edenbridge Apartments features studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans with in-unit washers and dryers, walk-in closets and air conditioning.  

Community amenities include a sundeck, a clubhouse, a playground and a swimming pool. Residents are afforded convenient access to the Tinley Park Convention Center and the shops and restaurants along Route 43 and Route 6.    


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