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JLL Arranges $375M Financing on Kilroy’s One Paseo MXU

JLL arranged an 11-year, non-recourse secured loan for $375 million on One Paseo, a mixed-use campus spanning 36 acres and located in San Diego’s Del Mar submarket. The loan was provided by New York Life Insurance Company on behalf of Kilroy Realty Corporation.

The loan is secured by a portion of the company’s One Paseo campus that is on 23 acres, was developed in phases from 2019-2021 and is comprised of two office buildings, 608 apartment units and more than 95,000 square feet of retail.

JLL’s Capital Markets Advisory team was led by senior managing director Greg Brown and directors Charlie Vorsheck and Samuel Godfrey.


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