DCC Provides $22M to Buy, Renovate Two West Village Buildings
Derby Copeland Capital, a real estate investment platform specializes in opportunistic debt financing and equity investments, has provided a $22 million loan for the acquisition and renovation of properties at 801-803 Greenwich Street in the West Village.
Owned by Jamestown Properties, the properties consist of 803 Greenwich Street, a 5,880-square-foot mixed-use building, and 801 Greenwich Street, a six-story building spanning approximately 11,496 square feet.
The seller was represented by Cushman & Wakefield, while the buyer was represented by Walker & Dunlop.
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