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  • Investors Pour into Small Markets, Drive Price Momentum

    For lenders like Los Angeles-based Thorofare Capital, funding deals in Denver has become a primary strategy, said Felix Gutnikov, a principal with the firm. In September, Thorofare provided $30.3 million in short-term bridge financing to Mass Equities to acquire industrial buildings on 7.8 acres in Denver’s booming River North Art District (RiNo) neighborhood near downtown.

     

  • Thorofare Capital Gets Added Commitment from DoubleLine

    Thorofare funds loans of $3 million to $100 million for both its funds and the DoubleLine programs against properties in every major sector across the country, in order to facilitate discounted pay-offs of existing mortgages and the purchase of nonperforming loans and portfolios.

  • Thorofare Capital Funds a $30M Loan for Mass Equities

    Thorofare Capital has funded a $30 million short-term bridge loan for the acquisition of a 157,210-square-foot industrial property in Denver. The buyer is planning a $200 million mixed-use development on the 7.8-acre site, located at Denver’s River North Arts District.

  • Thorofare Capital Lends $30.3M Against Denver Warehouses

    Thorofare Capital has recently provided $30.3 million of short-term financing for the acquisition of a 157,210 square foot, two building industrial facility located in the most desirable and up-and-coming location within the River North Arts District (RiNo) of Denver, CO.

  • Thorofare Funds $16,280,000 Acquisition Loan for Charleston, SC Office Property

    Albemarle Point Center includes a class “A” 73,356-sf office building on Croghan Spur and an adjacent 11,000-sf flex building on Albemarle Road.

  • LA 500 Money Players: Marc Rapaport, Principal | Thorofare Capital

    Marc Rapaport is a private investor with a wide range of operational experience. Rapaport began his investment banking career at Drexel Burnham Lambert in 1983, after practicing law in Los Angeles. He co-founded the capital division of Jefferies & Co. in 1990 and served as its executive vice president. He was also a director of Jefferies and a member of the firm’s executive committee until 1994. From 1995 until 1998, Rapaport was chairman of the Los Angeles Galaxy and lead investor in the team. Rapaport had been a founder of Major League Soccer. He is the chairman of the Cedars Sinai Health System board.

    Alma Maters: Bachelor’s, University of Pennsylvania; JD, Harvard Law School.

  • Thorofare Funds $9,545,000 Acquisition Loan for Corporetum Office Campus VI

    HFF worked on behalf of the buyer to secure the three-year bridge loan through Thorofare Capital that includes a facility towards capital improvements and leasing costs for the two-building office property, totaling 168,698-square-feet, in Lisle, Illinois.

  • Alternative Lenders Move Into The Mainstream

    Trepp® features Thorofare Capital in its Trepp Talk Top Story of the Week about how alternative, or non-bank lenders, a staple in the commercial real estate industry for decades, have come into their own.

  • Dealmaker: Thorofare Capital Lends $21,000,000 on Hotel, Multifamily

    MBA Newslink covers The Claremont Hotel and Villa Riviera Apartments, two recently closed financing transactions originated by Thorofare through its multi-strategy direct lending platform.

  • 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.