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Plaza District Offices Land $14M Financing

ABS Altman Warwick closed on $13.5 million in financing for an office building located at 425-427 Madison Ave. in Midtown’s Plaza District. The firm’s Brian Warwick structured and placed the loans with Apple Bank at a rate of 3.35% on behalf of owners Silk & Halpern.

The loan structure offered an A note (10-year interest-only loan of $11 million) and a B note ($2.5-million, 10-year revolving line of credit) for any and all future capital expenditures that the owner deems necessary.

“Our close relationship with Apple Bank and excellent track record, combined with the pristine condition of the asset and favorable outlook for well-located, well-maintained office buildings, gave the lender peace of mind,” said Warwick.

Built in 1927, the 108,000-square-foot 425-427 Madison is located on the southeast corner of Madison Avenue and 49th Street, and is currently 89% occupied.

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