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Hudson Regional Hospital Secaucus NJ

Meridian Secures $60M Refi on Secaucus Hospital

Meridian Capital Group arranged $60 million in financing to refinance Hudson Regional Hospital in Secaucus, NJ on behalf of the hospital’s chairman of the board, Yan Moshe. 

The loan, provided by Cross River, totals $50 million in senior financing in addition to a $10-million AR line of credit. The Cross River team was led by Doug Esposito and Raina Yoo.  

The transaction was originated by Meridian SVP Jake Handelsman, and the financing was negotiated by the heads of Meridian’s senior housing and healthcare platform, Ari Adlerstein and Ari Dobkin, managing director Josh Simpson, and associate David Gottlieb. 

Located at 55 Meadowlands Pkwy. in Secaucus, Hudson Regional Hospital is comprised of 204 beds across four stories. Since the property was acquired in 2018, the sponsor has invested tens of millions of dollars in renovations and technological innovations, attracting leading practitioners and surgeons from the New York metro area. 


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