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CushWake Advises BRP in Jamaica Parcel Financing

Cushman & Wakefield advised BRP Companies in procuring $15 million in acquisition financing for 90-02 168th St., a development site in Jamaica, Queens. The interest-only financing was provided by Turnbridge Real Estate Credit Strategies.

A Cushman & Wakefield equity, debt & structured finance team of Preston Flammang and Anthony D’Amelio represented BRP.

“This project is going to be a fantastic addition to an already burgeoning neighborhood,” said Flammang. “It was a pleasure working with both BRP and Turnbridge on the financing.”

Located in the heart of downtown Jamaica, the site offers up to 738,000 buildable square feet of development potential. Plans were announced in the fall of 2017 for a three-building complex on the site that would include some 300 apartments along with 70,000 square feet of retail.

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