JLL Arranges Construction Take-Out for San Diego Multifamily
JLL Capital Markets arranged $28-million construction take-out financing for Casa Verde, a 94-unit urban infill apartment community located at 3066 North Park Way in the North Park neighborhood of San Diego. A Capital Markets Debt Advisory team led by director Olga Walsh and analyst Jack Wood represented the borrower, Champion Real Estate Investments, to secure the non-recourse floating-rate bridge loan.
The new loan retired a high-leverage construction loan, covered transaction costs and carry reserves and provided significant cash out to the sponsor, while allowing sufficient time for stabilization in anticipation of permanent financing.
“Our team ran a rigorous competitive process that attracted several robust bids, even amidst challenging market conditions,” said Walsh. “We advised our client through a number of unexpected challenges during closing, ultimately getting the deal across the finish line with minimal alterations to the agreed-upon terms.”
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).