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JP Morgan Provides $60M Debt for Clinton Hill Development

Slate Property Group has obtained a $60-million loan from JP Morgan Asset Management to recapitalize 325 Lafayette Ave., a luxury apartment development in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood. NKF Capital Markets’ Dustin Stolly, Jordan Roeschlaub and Daniel Fromm arranged the financing for the 116-unit property, which is slated for substantial completion this fall.

The eight-story property will include 16,943 square feet of street level retail space pre-leased to Key Food and Starbucks. Among its amenities are a fully-equipped rooftop, fitness center and residents’ media and gaming lounge.

“325 Lafayette’s comprehensive, modern amenity package, as well as excellent transit access, enabled lenders to underwrite an accelerated lease-up program,” said Stolly. “This maximized loan proceeds before completion, and facilitated the swift launch of this project.”

Roeschlaub added, “The pre-leased commitment of Key Food and Starbucks further speaks to the premier location in the heart of the rapidly- transforming Clinton Hill neighborhood.”

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