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316 Douglass St. warehouse Gowanus Brooklyn

ERG Arranges Cash-Out Refi on Gowanus Warehouse

ERG Commercial Real Estate has arranged a $3-million refinance/cash-out loan to the owner of a prime Gowanus warehouse currently leased to Brooklyn Gin, a gin distillery/restaurant coming to the neighborhood that borders Park Slope. 

The owner/developer plans to use the loan from a Long Island bank to refinance two earlier loans on the 8,280-square-foot, two-story warehouse at 316 Douglass St. that the borrower purchased in 2004. They will also use the remainder of the loan to buy new properties in the tristate area to add to a collection of small mixed-use buildings in Brooklyn and Queens o.  

ERG Commercial Real Estate’s Michal Walma negotiated the 10-year loan at an interest rate of 3.75%, fixed for five years. 

“Due to having a strong relationship with the bank and having a strong borrower, we were able to find a bank willing to lend on this single-tenant/triple-net property.” said Walma.  

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