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Newmark Arranges $700M Financings on Sotheby’s HQs in NYC, London

On behalf of Sotheby’s, Newmark arranged a duo of financings for two distinguished Sotheby properties: a previously reported $483-million floating-rate senior loan to refinance Sotheby’s New York headquarters located at 1334 York Ave. on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, and a £150-million (US$201-million) floating rate senior loan for the refinancing of Sotheby’s London at 34-35 New Bond St.

The Newmark team was led by Dustin Stolly and Jordan Roeschlaub, co-heads of the New York debt & structured finance team, along with senior managing directors Chris Kramer and Nick Scribani, and associate Dominick Calisto. The loan for Sotheby’s New York headquarters was provided by Barclays, while the Sotheby’s London financing came from Barclays and Prima Capital Advisors.

The 506,000-square-foot 1334 York Ave. is home to Sotheby’s sole North American auction salesroom, principal North American exhibition space, and Sotheby’s Financial Services. The auction house recently launched an enhancement program at the property.

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