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Featured Debt Transaction

3480 Main Highway
Miami, FL

Madison originated a $35.5 million transitional loan to CGI Merchant Group for 3480 Main, a Class-A office building in Coconut Grove. The modern mixed-use office has 44,685 rentable square feet across five floors, 10,177 square feet of retail space, two high-end restaurants and an outdoor roof deck. The building completed construction in 2020 and was designed by world renowned architects Arquitectonica.

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Featured Debt Transaction

241 West 28th Street
New York, NY

Madison originated a $173 million construction loan to MAG Partners for a 479-unit rental residential building at 241 W. 28th Street in Chelsea. The project is being developed under the Affordable NY program with 30 percent of its units reserved for low- and middle-income New Yorkers. Renowned architecture firm COOKFOX has designed the building. The project is a joint venture between MAG Partners, Safanad, Atalaya Capital Management and Qualitas, one of the biggest asset managers in Australia.

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Madison Realty Capital Team

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St. Regis Residences
Boston, MA

Madison originated a $345 million loan to Cronin Development for the completion of a 22-story, 114-unit residential and retail condominium development at 150 Seaport Boulevard in Boston, Massachusetts. The property will contain a mix of one-bedroom to six-bedroom penthouse residences with waterfront views, a majority of which will feature outdoor space, and 10,211 square feet of retail.

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For the 2022 PERE Global awards, PERE’s editorial team conducted their own independent research to create a shortlist for their industry’s most prestigious honors. The awards are finalized by a popular voting process. Madison Realty Capital was nominated for this award and ran a campaign to encourage their contacts in the industry to vote for them. There was no compensation paid by Madison Realty Capital to third parties for participation in the voting process.