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Pembrook Arranges Acquisition Debt for Shaker Heights Portfolio

New York City-based Pembrook Capital Management is providing a $17,764,288 loan for the acquisition and renovation of a value-add multifamily portfolio comprised of six buildings and 275 units in Shaker Heights, OH. The borrower is Significan Lifestyle Communities, an Ohio-based multifamily management group.

The portfolio includes the 45-unit Colton House, the 56-unit Golfview, the 87-unit Fairway-Marchmont Terrace, the 59-unit Aristocrat and the 28-unit Moreland Manor.

“The financing Pembrook is providing will allow the sponsor to purchase the portfolio and renovate the exterior of these well-located multifamily assets as well as remodel the homes,” said Stuart Boesky, CEO of Pembrook.

He added, “The upgraded assets in the Shaker Heights portfolio will bring needed modernized affordable housing options to this community and we’re pleased to deliver the required financing for this investment. We’re equally pleased to work with a quality and forward-thinking property management organization like Significan.”

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