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Newmark Arranges $300M Self-Storage JV Seeded by New Rochelle Property

Newmark has arranged a $300-million programmatic joint venture between Maya Capital Partners and Artemis Real Estate Partners focused on high-quality value-add self-storage assets in the Northeast. The JV was seeded by the acquisition of a 1,120-unit Class A self-storage asset in New Rochelle, NY. 

The Newmark team was led by vice chairmen and co-heads of the debt & structured finance team Dustin Stolly and Jordan Roeschlaub, as part of Newmark’s continued push into complex JV financing  

Transactions will comprise both marketed and off-market acquisitions of high-quality value-add properties and certificate of occupancy lease-up plays with the goal of creating a diverse portfolio of assets. 

The 96,693-square-foot New Rochelle facility is a single, four-level building that is 100% climate controlled. The asset, which just received its certificate of occupancy, will allow the opportunity for immediat lease-up at market rents to garner maximum rental revenue. CIBC provided the financing for this transaction. 


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