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Newmark arranged a $127.4-million refinancing for 575 Broadway in SoHo, home to Prada's New York City flagship store

Prada’s NYC Flagship Location Scores $127M Refi

Newmark arranged a $127.4-million loan to refinance 575 Broadway, a 176,000-square-foot, mixed-use office and retail building in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood that houses the New York flagship location of Prada. Citigroup and Société Générale originated the loan, terms of which weren’t disclosed. 

The Newmark team was led by co-heads of debt & structured finance Dustin Stolly and Jordan Roeschlaub and senior managing directors Chris Kramer and Nick Scribani. Locally, the team most recently arranged a $150-million financing for the repositioning of 295 Fifth Ave. 

Built in 1882 by John Jacob Astor, 575 Broadway was redesigned in 1991 as the Guggenheim Museum SoHo, which occupied the space for more than a decade. Owned by Peter Brant since the late 1980s, the property today is home to Estee Lauder, H&M and Lure Fishbar, one of the city’s most-trafficked restaurants, as well as Prada. 


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