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Taconic Capital Advisors a $95-million senior mortgage to refinance the Martinique New York hotel on Broadway

Taconic Provides $95M Refi for Historic Midtown South Hotel

Taconic Capital Advisors LP provided Burnett Equities, an Oklahoma City-based real estate development and advisory firm, with a $95-million senior mortgage refinancing for the Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton, a 531-key, award-winning member of the Historic Hotels of America.  

The closing allows Burnett to retire near-term maturing financing, complete exterior upgrades and pursue multiple top-floor and rooftop concepts at the Midtown South lodging property. 

“It’s exciting to be a piece of this iconic hotel’s storied history and we’re grateful for Burnett’s partnership while their vision takes shape,” said Andrew Lam, a director in Taconic Capital Advisors’ commercial real estate group. “As New York City hotel fundamentals continue their dynamic rebound, premier destinations like the Martinique are poised to benefit disproportionately.” 

The refinancing of the Martinique follows the recent announcement by Taconic and HEI Hotels & Resorts of the joint acquisition of Hyatt Regency Jersey City. 


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