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Stamford Rentals Land Construction Loan

CIT Group Inc. provided a $35.9-million senior secured loan for construction of a new 183-unit apartment building in Stamford, CT. It’s being developed by a joint venture between Fields Grade Development and Alpine Residential.

“This financing helps advance our plan to construct an attractive multifamily residential building with ground-floor retail space and other associated amenities in a premier Stamford location,” said Rob Caulfield of Fields Grade Development.

Chris Niederpruem, managing director and group head for CIT’s real estate finance business, said, “This project is a great fit for our portfolio of projects in major metropolitan areas. We are pleased to open a relationship with Fields Development and Alpine Residential in supporting this project, which we are confident will be an attractive residential property for the long term.”

The project is located on Canal Street in Stamford, within walking distance of several large employers and also nearby the Metro-North train station.

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