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Vornado Completes Quartet of Refis for $3.2B 

Vornado Realty Trust said it recently completed four refinancings totaling $3.2 billion. These included an extension on an unsecured revolving credit facility, a maturity-date extension on a term loan and refis on two Manhattan office properties. 

In the largest transaction, Vornado Realty L.P. extended the maturity on one of two $1.25-billion credit facilities from March 2024 to December 2027. The REIT similarly extended the maturity date of its $800-million unsecured term loan to December 2027 from the original February 2024. 

Vornado has also completed a $700-million refinancing of 770 Broadway, its 1.2-million-square-foot office property in Midtown South. The interest-only loan matures in July 2027. Earlier in June, Vornado completed a $480-million refi on 100 W. 33rd St., replacing a $580-million loan due to mature in April 2024.  

Separately, Vornado said it closed on the $172.8-million sale of the Center Building, a 498,000-square-foot office building in Long Island City.

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