PCCP Provides $169M Refi For Hell’s Kitchen Luxury Multifamily Property
PCCP has provided a $168.5 million loan to refinance 535 West 43rd Street, a 265,000-square-foot Manhattan multifamily building, property records show.
Patrinely Group, DHA Capital and USAA Real Estate Co. are the property’s owners. In October 2017 The Real Deal reported that the trio was looking to sell the asset, but no sale has taken place. Officials at the borrowers did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The five-year debt replaces and consolidates previous debt on the property, provided by Landesbank Hessen-Thuringen Girozentrale, often called Helaba, in 2014, with a new $62.9 million gap mortgage from PCCP.
“The project is an attractive, recently-built multifamily project in a gateway market,” John Randall, a partner out of PCCP’s New York office, told CO. “We perceive that the location will benefit from the westward shift in renters, given the maturing Hudson Yards submarket.”
Cushman & Wakefield (CWK)‘s Steve Kohn, Gideon Gil, Chris Moyer and Noble Carpenter III negotiated the financing, along with Adam Spies and Adam Doneger.
“Given the quality of the asset and expertise of the sponsorship, we had a very positive response to this financing offering,” Gil told CO via email. “PCCP distinguished themselves by providing a senior stretch loan, flexibility that was custom to the business plan and a seamless execution.”
The 14-story building, completed just two summers ago, stands between 10th and 11th Avenues in Hell’s Kitchen. Its 280 apartments are evenly split among studios and one- and two-bedroom units, with amenities for residents including a concierge service, a film screening room and space to store bicycles. One hundred thirty-five feet above street level, a rooftop terrace provides views of the Hudson River and central Manhattan.
Just more than a fifth of the apartments are designated for affordable rents. Of the market rate units, a 960-square-foot apartment on the top floor is on the market for $5,363 per month, while a 10th-floor studio—490 square feet—can be had for $3,194.