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The commercial real estate group at BHI has provided $33.15 million in acquisition and construction financing for the development of a new luxury rental complex at 251 Front St. in the Vinegar Hill section of Brooklyn

BHI Lends on Luxury Rentals in Vinegar Hill 

Full-service commercial bank BHI said its commercial real estate group has provided $33.15 million in acquisition and construction financing to 251 Front Street LLC on behalf of CW Realty for the development of a new luxury rental complex in the Vinegar Hill section of Brooklyn. 

Rising five stories and spanning approximately 65,000 square feet, 251 Front St. will have 59 residential units and 30 parking spaces. It’s located on the Vinegar Hill/Dumbo border on one of the last remaining undeveloped parcels in the Dumbo and Vinegar Hill submarkets.  

“The developer CW Realty has a robust track record in the development of numerous office, residential and commercial construction projects in the New York City area, particularly in Brooklyn,” said Ilana Druyan, first VP, real estate international at BHI. “251 Front St. fits well with our strategic focus on multifamily and we welcome the opportunity to partner with the firm.” 


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