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Columbia Pacific Loan Will Finance UWS Redevelopment

Columbia Pacific Advisors Bridge Lending, a platform within Columbia Pacific Advisors, provided a $13.75-million bridge loan to complete the redevelopment of 324-326 W. 108th St. on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The loan closed in 30 days.
The owner will utilize the loan to refinance existing debt on the property, currently over 50% renovated. Following completion, the 10 condominium units will be offered for sale. 
“New York’s improving condo market is encouraging, and we believe in the fundamentals of the 324-326 W. 108th St. redevelopment,” said Will Nelson, SVP of real estate lending at Columbia Pacific. “The large open floor plans, ample outdoor spaces, access to nearby Riverside Park, and prime location on the Upper West Side appear to line up well with the post-COVID buyer’s wish list.” 
The property is located less than a block from Riverside Park, four blocks from Columbia University and within walking distance to Central Park. 


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