Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal — March 30 - April 12, 2012 — 3A


M ID A TLANTIC R EAL E STATE J OURNAL Birnbaum & Levine negotiate the 1.264m s/f transaction Meridian Capital arranges $127 million in financing N EW YORK , NY — Meridian Capi- tal Group, LLC, a

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chase and features a highly competitive Interest rate. The proceeds of the loan were used to refinance the property’s existing CMBS financing. Meridian execu- tive vice president, Aaron Birnbaum, and managing director, Ronnie Levine, both based in the company’s New York City headquar- ters, negotiated the trans- action. The 45-story, 1,264,000 s/f office tower is located in downtown cleveland at 200 Public Square, where it occupies the full block be- tween superior and euclid avenues at Fifth Street. The property spans 2.75 Acres and features an eight-story atrium and 757-space adjacent parking Facility. ■

commercial real estate finance and a d v i s o r y firm, nego- tiated $127 million in mo r t g a g e f i nanc i ng On behalf of harbor group inter- national for its class-a office build- ing located at 200 pub- lic Square in Cl eve - land, Ohio.

M. MILLER & SON Public Adjusters Since 1960

Aaron Birnbaum

1211 Liberty Ave., Hillside, NJ 07205 ● Tel: 908-355-4800 adjuster@mmillerson.com ● www.mmillerson.com

Ronnie Levine

The 10-year cmbs loan was provided by j.P. Morgan

Recent Financings Arranged By Meridian Capital Group

200 Public Square

Re-Imagining, Repurposing, and Revenue . . .

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of ten years, the number of chairs will have increased by 26 percent. The added chairs make it possible to meet the school’s ultimate goal of increasing stu- dent enrollment by 20 percent. Darrell Kratzer,AIA, LEED

APBD+C, is an architect and principal with Buell Kratzer Powell Architects. He and the firmbalance pragmatism with creativity to design ar- chitecture that is both use- ful and timeless. ■

Hunters Glen 1,124 Units $49,000,000 Delran, NJ

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Woods at Narraticon 150 Units $16,950,000 Deptford, NJ

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3801 Penn Ave Sinking Spring, PA

The subject property located in Sinking Spring PA (just minutes from Reading, PA) is 33 acres of land and is pre-approved for a three story, 55+, independent living facility with 130 units and 20 more in the future, and 80 townhouse units. Ready to develop. Public Water & sewer.


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