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UIP Companies, Inc. is building a $112-million apartment and retail building on Baltimore Avenue in Hyattsville, MD.

UIP Generates $19M From CrowdStreet for $112M Mixed-Use in Hyattsville

Washington, DC-based UIP Companies, Inc. is developing a $112-million, ground-up apartment and retail building on Baltimore Avenue in the Arts District of Hyattsville, MD.

UIP capitalized the 285-unit/31,660-square-foot retail project with $19.1 million in crowd-sourced equity capital raised on CrowdStreet from 422 individual investors. UIP also raised construction funds in a land-sale/leaseback, and obtained a construction loan:

  • $27.1 million equity, including CrowdStreet investors’ equity, sponsor equity and grants
  • $42.8 million ground lease proceeds (Safehold)
  • $42.3 million senior debt (Parkview Financial)

“This was our sixth offering on the CrowdStreet Marketplace,” said UIP principal Steve Schwat. “Based on the successful interaction, we now consider a potential role for retail investors in virtually every project.”

The property, named Canvas, is two miles from the DC line, two miles from the University of Maryland, College Park and three miles from Discovery District, an office park that has attracted technology and financial companies including Adobe, Capital One and WeWork.

Photo courtesy UIP Companies

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