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  • Thorofare Capital Funds $19,000,000 Bridge Loan for Assisted Living Community in Phoenix

    Thorofare Capital has provided a $19,000,000 fixed-rate bridge loan to an affiliate of ArciTerra Cos. LLC. The funds will be used to refinance debt on MorningStar at Arcadia, a 135-bed assisted living community in Phoenix.

  • Thorofare Funds $40,000,000 for Hartford Office Tower Acquisition

    Thorofare Capital has provided an affiliate of Shelbourne Global Solutions with a $40,000,000 floating-rate commercial mortgage for the acquisition of Metro Center, a 293,640 s/f Class A office building, located in Hartford, CT.

  • Dealmaker: Thorofare Capital Lends $33,000,000 in Colorado, California

    MBA Newslink highlights two recent closed financing transactions by Thorofare Capital, including value-add office building in Denver and a Fortune 100-leased industrial/distribution facility in National City.

  • Thorofare Lends $40,000,000 Against Hartford’s Metro Center

    Thorofare Capital has provided $40,000,000 of financing against Metro Center, a 293,640-square-foot office building in Hartford, Conn., facilitating its purchase by Shelbourne Global Solutions for $49,000,000, or $167/sf.

  • Finance & Investment: Ready to Refinance?

    Private lenders step in to fill the CMBS gap.

  • Thorofare Enters Denver with $19,800,000 Acquisition Loan

    Thorofare Capital of Los Angeles entered the Denver market with $19,800,000 million in first-mortgage debt for the acquisition, syndication and lease-up of the 134,643-square-foot Parkway Office Centre.

  • CO’s Top 25 Debt Brokers & Lenders Under 35

    Kevin Miller, CEO, Principal and Founder at Thorofare Capital, is featured in Commercial Observer’s 2016 Top 25 Debt Brokers and Lenders Under 35.

  • Thorofare Funds $14,900,000 for Amberwood Apartments

    Los Angeles-based portfolio lender Thorofare Capital has provided an affiliate of BRAD Management with a $14,900,000 floating-rate commercial mortgage for the acquisition and renovation of two multifamily buildings in South Pasadena, California.

  • Thorofare Provides $135,000,000 in Short-Term Mortgages

    Thorofare Capital has provided nearly $135,000,000 in short-term first mortgage debt in the past 60 days, including a $38,500,000 loan to revamp a creative commercial complex in Seattle, Washington.

  • Who The CMBS Collapse Helped

    Thorofare Capital has funded nine short-term first mortgage debt totaling $120,000,000 in loans in the last 60 days. All of the loans were allocated to properties in various geographic regions, including Washington State, California, Oregon, South Carolina and New Jersey, and across product types.