The only source of knowledge is experience.
– Albert Einstein
Recently closed transactions and experience of Integra Real Estate Capital
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MIAMI — New York City-based Integra Real Estate Capital has arranged a $49 million, non-recourse loan for Fontainbleau Park Plaza, a 235,000-square-foot shopping center in Miami.
Integra Real Estate Capital has advised a $65 million loan for the acquisition of Constitution Plaza in Hartford. The five-building complex offers 665,000 square feet of office space and 1,743 parking spaces.
ORLANDO, FLA. — Integra Real Estate Capital has arranged a $21 million loan for the refinancing of Shoppes at Alafaya, a 122,600-square-foot shopping center in Orlando.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Integra Real Estate Capital has arranged a $14 million acquisition loan for a shopping center in South Brunswick. A grocery store and Bank of America occupy the 77,500-square-foot South Brunswick Shopping Center.
PORT RICHEY, FLA. — Integra Real Estate Capital has secured a $22.5 million bridge loan for the acquisition of Embassy Crossing, a 333,850-square-foot shopping center in Port Richey. Embassy Crossing’s tenant roster includes Bed Bath & Beyond, Ross Dress for Less, Michael’s, Books-A-Million, Lane Bryant, Bealls Outlet, Famous Footwear, Mercantile Bank and Petco.
TIPP CITY, OHIO — Integra Real Estate Capital has secured a $6.7 million refinance loan through a Wall Street conduit lender for Tipp City Plaza. Russell Kimyagarov of Integra arranged the non-recourse, 10-year loan for the borrower, TCP Center. Located in Tipp City, 15 miles north of Dayton, the 114,850-square-foot shopping center was remodeled in 2004.