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Northmarq arranged an $11-million refinancing of the Gilbert Manor Apartments in Little Ferry, NJ

Northmarq Arranges Refi for Little Ferry Apartments

Robert Ranieri, SVP/managing director of Northmarq’s White Plains, NY regional office, arranged the $11-million refinance of the Gilbert Manor Apartments, a multifamily property located at 269-297 Liberty St. and 258 Main St. in Little Ferry, NJ.  

The transaction was structured on a five-year term with two years interest-only followed by a 30-year amortization schedule. Northmarq arranged the permanent-fixed loan for the borrower through a regional bank. 

Built in the early 1960s, Gilbert Manor Apartments is a 108-unit garden apartment complex.  Within one mile, the apartment complex has three shopping centers. It also has five parks within 11.8 miles, including Overpeck County Park, Teaneck Creek Conservancy and Flat Rock Brook Nature Center. 

“This refinance of an existing Freddie Mac Multifamily loan was possible with Northmarq’s Defeasance Services handling the defeasance,” said Ranieri. “The borrower was looking for prepay flexibility as well as interest only and collateral release provisions.” 


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Northmarq's Ranieri

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