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Bank of America has refinanced American Greetings Corporation One American Boulevard in Crocker Park in Westlake, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, according to data from Real Capital Analytics.
Bank of America has provided an $89.3 million financing to an affiliate of Teresa Viola, wife of billionaire investor Vincent Viola, on a 152,000 sq ft multifamily property overlooking the Hudson River at the edge of Brooklyn Heights.
Bank of America has provided a $42.6 million acquisition loan on the 238,205 sq ft office building in the Los Angeles area.
The owners of the InterContinental New York Times Square have exercised the first of four one-year extension options on a $188 million conduit loan. The borrower is likely buying time to find suitable refinancing, Sean Barrie, a research analyst at Trepp, told Real Estate Capital.  “The financials on this deal are exemplary,” he said. “This doesn’t look like the borrower […]
Bank of America has led the $123 million financing of Rubenstein Partners and Vision Real Estate Partners’ $136 million acquisition of the Warren Corporate Center in Warren, New Jersey.
Last week, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) applied the paddles to the flat-lining European CMBS market. The investment bank launched a deal which has the potential to get the blood pumping around Europe’s commercial mortgage securitisation market once again. There haven’t been many signs of life since last September, when volatility in the capital […]
Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) has launched the first European CMBS of 2016, with the securitisation of a loan written to Blackstone last July to finance a German retail portfolio.
Bank of America has provided a $39 million loan to a joint venture between Urban Renaissance Group (URG) and Iron Point Partners for the acquisition of the SeaTac Office Center in the SeaTac, Washington.
Bank of America has provided the financing behind Rockwood Capital’s $120 million acquisition of the South Coast Collection (SOCO), a Costa Mesa, California shopping destination, Real Estate Capital has learned.
Bank of America provided a $90 million loan to Paramount Group for the acquisition and repositioning of 670 Broadway, an office and retail building located in Manhattan’s Midtown South submarket.

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