Natixis writes $92m loan on US healthcare portfolio

Natixis Real Estate Capital has originated a $91.5 million loan to refinance a 13-property US healthcare portfolio.

Natixis Real Estate Capital has originated a $91.5 million loan to refinance a 13-property US healthcare portfolio. 

The five-year, fixed-rate financing includes an $81.5 million senior loan and a $10 million mezzanine loan. The properties, located throughout New Jersey, New York and Florida, total 352,000 sq ft and are about 90 percent occupied. The firm declined to disclose the borrower.

The portfolio houses ambulatory surgery centers, radiation oncology facilities, infusion centers and general medical offices, all located near major hospitals.

Recent Natixis financings included a $285 million senior loan for Cindat Capital Management Limited’s acquisition of a majority stake in seven Manhattan hotel properties, reported last week.

In April the firm provided a $65 Million of first mortgage financing to San Carlos Associates for the refinancing Marriott Monterey Hotel in Monterey, California; and the previous month $101 million in financing on a 21-floor commercial condominium at 17 Battery Place in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan.

Natixis specializes in CMBS originations and also provides floating-rate structures for opportunistic acquisitions and repositionings, writing loans across the capital stack, from first mortgage to mezzanine and preferred equity.

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