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Lake Forest Offices Garner $33M Financing

JLL Capital Markets recently arranged $33.02 million in financing for One and Two Conway Park, two boutique Class A office buildings totaling 225,354 square feet in the North Shore community of Lake Forest, IL.

The firm’s managing director Christopher Carroll and director Lucas Borges worked on behalf of the borrower, an affiliate of Pembroke IV LLC, to secure floating-rate financing through Money360. Loan proceeds were used to refinance One Conway, which Pembroke IV purchased in 2016, and fund the acquisition and renovation of Two Conway.

One and Two Conway Park are located at 100 and 150 North Field Dr. immediately off Interstate 94 in Chicago’s North Suburban submarket. Positioned on a combined 17.91 acres within the larger Conway Park office park, the office assets have accessibility to the greater Chicagoland area via two Metra commuter rail stations nearby and Interstates 94 and 294.


Inside The Story

JLL’s Carroll JLL’s Borges

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