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Newmark Arranges $260M Refi for 75 Rock

Newmark arranged a $260-million loan on behalf of RXR to refinance 75 Rockefeller Plaza, a mixed-use office and retail tower in Manhattan’s Plaza District. The Newmark team was led by Jordan Roeschlaub and Dustin Stolly, co-heads of the debt & structured finance team, with senior managing director Nick Scribani. Bank of America and Carlyle contributed to the financing.  

“RXR is a prominent influencer for real estate in New York City, and their prowess in developing and owning some of the city’s most iconic assets is unparalleled,” said Roeschlaub.  

Stolly added, “The asset’s fundamentals are reflective of lender requirements in today’s market: A+ sponsorship, investment grade tenancy and a superior capital improvement program in proximity to tremendous lifestyle amenities.” 

RXR acquired the 75 Rock leasehold interest in 2013. The owner-developer then invested $150 million into a comprehensive building improvement program at the 75-year-old property, which serves as its headquarters. 


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