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Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation arranged a $24-million, 10-year loan for new-construction apartments in Linden, NJ

MMCC Arranges 10-Year Loan on Linden Multifamily 

Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation (MMCC) has arranged $24 million in financing for a new-construction multifamily property at 1120 E. Saint Georges Ave. in Linden, NJ. The financing was secured by first VP Joseph Belgiovine and was provided by M&T Realty Capital as part of an ongoing strategic alliance between MMCC and M&T Realty Capital. 

“There continues to be strong lender interest in well located and occupied multifamily assets,” said Belgiovine. “While we secured multiple bids from various lender types, the agencies provided the most competitive rates and terms.” 

The 10-year loan has an interest-only term of 60 months and a 30-year amortization. The property was built in 2021 and has 113 residential units and 17,900 square feet of retail space. The property also includes a variety of amenities including a clubhouse, fitness center, dog park, bike storage room and rooftop access.  


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MMCC's Belgiovine

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