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  • Thorofare Provides $53,500,000 for CT Multifamily Portfolio

    The financing is secured by Bereley at Waypointe and Quincy Lofts, two Class-A apartment communities developed in 2016 by the sponsor, a joint venture between affiliates of Alex. Brown Realty, Inc. and Belpointe Companies.

  • Thorofare Funds $11,400,000 Acquisition Loan for Multifamily Property in Phoenix

    El Cortez Apartments is a value-add project that features 158 apartments and was 67 percent occupied at closing.

  • Thorofare Adds Daniel Pavlinik as Director of Pacific Northwest Originations

    Daniel Pavlinik has joined Thorofare Capital as Director of Origination for the Los Angeles company’s Pacific Northwest region.

  • Value Vanguards: How Multifamily Bridge Lenders Are Uncovering Upside

    Thorofare Capital is featured in Multi-Housing News’ article to describe how non-bank multifamily bridge lenders are finding innovative ways to stay competitive with banks.

  • Thorofare Funds $13,000,000 for Sterling Organization’s Mag Mile Development

    Mission Capital Advisors announced that its debt and equity finance group has arranged $13 million of non-recourse, floating-rate financing to recapitalize 110 E. Pearson Street.

  • Why Private Debt Activity Is Growing

    Private debt activity is growing. While banks, institutions, and the agencies are taking a bulk of the pie, private lenders are filling a void for small and mid-sized operators.

  • Thorofare Funds Acquisition Loan for The St. Charles in Koreatown

    The Brooklyn Cos., a downtown Los Angeles-based firm billed as a real estate firm serving family offices, has acquired a four-story, 54-unit, 45,000-square-foot mixed-use apartment building at 240 S. Western Ave. in Koreatown, for $11.3 million

  • Thorofare Funds $16 Million for DC-Area Sheraton Hotel

    The 16-story Sheraton Silver Spring Hotel, located 7 miles north of downtown D.C., features 229 keys. Built in 1971, the property underwent recent renovations.

  • Thorofare Writes First Data Center Loan in USD $100mm Lending Push

    Thorofare Capital has closed its first loan backed by a data center and is looking to spend up to USD $100mm more to increase its exposure to first-lien mortgages secured by that asset class.

  • Thorofare Funds $13M Short-term Bridge Loan for Senior Housing Property in Phoenix

    The structured loan repays the borrower’s construction loan and funds reserves while the facility continues its stabilization.