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Columbia Pacific Provides Refi on Queens Parcels

Columbia Pacific Advisors Bridge Lending, a platform within Columbia Pacific Advisors, provided a $15-million loan to refinance 142-26 and 142-38 Roosevelt Ave. in Queens’ Flushing neighborhood.
Eastone Equities is planning to develop an eight-story mixed-use residential building over two floors of subterranean parking on the 16,370-square-foot site, currently occupied by a variety of retail and office tenants.
Located in the heart of Chinatown in Queens, the development project is expected to provide over 40,000 square feet of livable space and 33,000 square feet of commercial space to serve growing consumer demand in the neighborhood. Construction is scheduled to commence in summer 2022.
“142-26 and 142-38 Roosevelt Ave. are highly desirable, contiguous parcels located in the core of Flushing, allowing for an uplift in FAR that provides a unique development opportunity to significantly enhance the neighborhood,” said Eric Jordan, SVP of real estate lending at Columbia Pacific.

Rendering courtesy of Eastone Equities.


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