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Royal Gardens apartments Piscataway NJ

Meridian Arranges Financing for Cammeby’s Buy in Piscataway

Meridian Capital Group arranged $115.3 million in acquisition financing for Royal Garden Apartments, a 550-unit multifamily property located in Piscataway, NJ, on behalf of Cammeby’s International. The five-year loan, provided by Signature Bank, features three years of interest-only payments.  

The transaction was negotiated by Meridian senior managing director Abe Hirsch, managing director Zev Karpel and associate Sean Anderson, based in the company’s New York City headquarters. Signature Bank’s managing group director Joseph Fingerman led the process, along with group director Paul Kotronis. 

Located at 3060 New Brunswick Ave., the 23-building property sits on 36 acres. Units feature open-concept floor plans with renovated kitchens and baths, hardwood flooring, over-sized windows and in-unit washers and dryers. Residents also have access to a resort-style pool and sun deck, a professional-caliber fitness center, manicured courtyards, children’s playground, vehicle garages, laundry centers and a 24/7 on-site maintenance and property manager. 


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