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Lightstone Lends $29M on Oceanside Multifamily

Lightstone Capital, the real estate debt platform of Lightstone, provided a $29-million senior bridge loan to a partnership between Pelican Communities and Brooks Street in September 2023. The funds will be utilized to refinance and renovate SALT Oceanside Apartments in Oceanside. 

Pelican Communities and Brooks Street are two “sister” companies with a history of real estate partnership dating back to 1993. SALT Oceanside is a mixed-use building consisting of 52 apartment units with 7,803 square feet of fully leased ground-floor retail and a 444-spot parking structure. The property is convenient to Oceanside Pier and Oceanside Amtrak Station in the city’s revitalized downtown district. 

“I am thrilled the team was able to execute this deal to facilitate the owner’s business plan,” said Eugene Rozovsky, senior managing director of Lightstone Capital. “This is a trusted sponsor partnership, and I look forward to seeing their vision for the property come to life.” 


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Lightstone Capital's Rozovsky

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