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Newmark arranged a $947-million loan on behalf of Prime Residential for Los Angeles’ historic Park La Brea, the largest apartment community on the West Coast

$947M Loan Goes to West Coast’s Largest Apartment Complex

Newmark Group secured a $947-million loan for Los Angeles’ historic Park La Brea, the largest apartment community on the West Coast. A Newmark team sourced financing on behalf of repeat borrower Prime Residential to retire existing debt. Freddie Mac expects to securitize the loan through its K-Deal program.

Executive vice chairman Mitch Clarfield, vice chairman Ramsey Daya, executive managing director Chris Moritz and VP Alec Newman led the financing on the 4,249-unit property.

“We received interest from many different capital sources on extremely competitive terms,” said Clarfield. “Ultimately, the surety of close and the history of collaboration between Prime, Freddie Mac and Newmark gave Prime the comfort to proceed in turbulent times and get the 10-year fixed rate loan across the finish line.”


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Newmark's Clarfield

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