Pink Stone Takes $52M Gap Loan on Downtown Brooklyn Project



180 Nassau Street (CityRealty)
180 Nassau Street (CityRealty)

Pink Stone Capital received a $52 million gap loan backed by Brooklyn’s 180 Nassau Street from Investors Bank, according to records filed with the city.

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The 10-story multifamily building, in Downtown Brooklyn, began renting apartments last September, according to StreetEasy. The 104-unit building offers residents a gym, rooftop deck and a bike room.

Pink Stone bought a $9.2 million note in foreclosure on the property in July 2011 from New York Community Bank, according to previous reports, and closed on the $11.3 million purchase of the building in February 2012, according to city records.

The building, between Bridge and Duffield Streets, was previously occupied by Mayfair Ship Supplies.

A Pink Stone representative declined to comment.