Ukrgasbank injects EUR 19 mln in solar power plant construction in Zaporizhia region In 2016, UKRGASBANK in cooperation with IFC started to develop green banking in Ukraine. Today, Ukrgasbank is the first and the only bank in the region with focus on green finance. Since the inception of the project UKRGASBANK financed more than 330 projects for corporate clients and SMEs for the amount in excess of EUR 400 million.
Toll Brothers City Living is aiming for a $503.5 million sellout at its Gramercy condo development at. is one of the city’s most active condo developers. It is currently developing the Pierhouse.
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Extell Development landed $530M for its Brooklyn residential development at 138 Willoughby St. from a group led by M&T Bank. “The hardest to capitalize would be a ground-up residential deal – because some lenders are concerned about depreciation in the asset class,” Stillman development international president roy stillman said at Bisnow.
New looks inside Extell’s Downtown Brooklyn skyscraper [Curbed] Extell’s first Brooklyn condo will have apartments priced from $840K [Curbed] Next Up In For Sale in NYC
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The deal comes on the heels of another sizeable financing. Last month, Extell closed on a $530 million loan for its development at Brooklyn Point, which included a $125 million mezzanine loan from.
How a $6.5 million dream turned into a nightmare in Vancouver’s real estate meltdown Extell Scores $500M In Financing For brooklyn condo tower extell launches sales at Brooklyn’s current tallest tower, starting at $837K. Currently, the cheapest condo is 17G, which is listed for $837,000.
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Anticipation for Extell’s first Brooklyn tower, known as Brooklyn Point, is rising about as fast as the 720-foot, 68-story structure, and the Downtown Brooklyn building reached a new milestone: A teaser website was just launched with a stunning rendering of the building designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox.
And more recently, Extell Development Co. revealed in January of this year that it had closed on a .1 billion construction loan for central park tower, which, at a planned 1,550 feet in height.
· Only one other residential tower plans to soar that high, a 1,775-foot-tall building being developed by Extell Development, which is currently under construction in Manhattan on West 57th Street, known as Billionaires’ Row. A more likely outcome is a tower that is as tall as the Empire state building itself, minus its antenna.
The duo is in talks with HFZ Capital to finance the developer’s $870 million acquisition of a large site near the High Line. SL Green, JPMorgan close to $500M financing deal Skip to main content
The third and final phase of Downtown Brooklyn’s 1.9-million-square-foot CityPoint development is now well under construction. A recent site visit shows that excavators and earth movers are busy picking away at the rectangular chunk of Brooklyn soil at 138 Willoughby Street, between Albee Square West and Flatbush Avenue Extension.