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Walker & Dunlop advised The PRC Group on an $88-million refinancing of Campus Town at TCNJ, a student housing complex in Ewing, NJ

Walker & Dunlop Advises on $88M Refi of Central NJ Student Housing

Walker & Dunlop was recently an exclusive advisor to The PRC Group on an $88,374,000 refinance for Campus Town at TCNJ, located in Ewing, NJ. Brokers John Banas, Kristopher Wood, Christopher Philipps, Rhett Saltiel, Erik DiGirolamo, and Sean Bailey secured the financing for the 184-unit Class A student housing apartment complex just outside the campus of The College of New Jersey. 

Campus Town is a mixed-use development consisting of 11 buildings with student housing units on upper floors with 612 beds and 78,787 square feet of ground-floor commercial space within 27 commercial units. 

“Walker & Dunlop is proud to have played a role in this refinancing; due to our extensive network of capital providers and strong relationship with the lender, the team was able to lock in a great fixed rate a month prior to loan funding,” said Banas, managing director of capital markets at Walker & Dunlop.   


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