4C — November 8 - 21, 2019 — Pennsylvania — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


P ennsylvania Wallace, Mendelson &Missirlian source $93M in debt and equity AMAFinancial &MetCapAdvisors secure construction financing

AMA Financial, LLC 3rd quarter, 2019 Deals Closed

Repositioning Loanwith CapEx & TILC Facility 80% LTC – L+525 Floater – Non-Recourse Medical Office Reposition



beds) ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, as well as over 56,000 s/f of retail and 6,500 s/f of office and a 2-level parking garage. Additionally, the residents will benefit from amenities such as a fitness cen- ter, pool, study rooms, lounge, a dog park, a game room and a leasing office. Completion of the project is scheduled for Summer 2021. “It was a plea- sure working with MetCap’s Structured Finance team, in- cluding Cliff Mendelson and Al- bert Missirlian,” said Wallace. AMA Financial, LLC was founded in 2003 and is based in the Philadelphia metro region. Metropolis Capital Advi- sors LLC is a capital markets advisory firm specializing in structured financing and investment sales transaction services.  CREWPhiladelphia to host Annual Luncheon to benefit the CREW Phila. Scholarship Fund PHILADELPHIA, PA — Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Philadelphia is hosting its 21st Annual Fall Luncheon on Friday, Nov. 22, 2019, from 11:00am until 2:00pm at the PA Convention Center. Proceeds from the event will benefit the CREWPhiladel- phia Scholarship Fund, CREW Network Foundation, and our 2019 Philanthropic Partner, The Fund for the School District of Philadelphia. The Annual Fall Luncheon brings together more than 600 attendees, many of whom are leaders in the commercial real estate industry in the Greater Philadelphia area. The event includes networking opportuni- ties along with a silent auction, lunch, and an informational program regarding the Chapter and this year’s Philanthropic Partner. Previous luncheons have enabled the Chapter to pro- vide scholarships to students from area universities such as Temple University, the Univer- sity of Pennsylvania, Villanova University, Drexel University, Saint Joseph’s University, and Lafayette College. Past Philan- thropic Partners include ACE Mentor Program, Girls Inc, YouthBuild Philadelphia, and other local entities that enrich the lives of girls and women in the Greater Philadelphia area. 

ARBERTH, PA — AMA F i nanc i a l , LLC , in conjunction

Cliff Mendelson and Albert Missirlian , sourced $93 mil- lion in debt and equity for the project. Serving the college of Wil- liam & Mary, Midtown Row is a curated retail experience and residential district located at “Main and Main” in the heart of Williamsburg, VA. The project includes restaurants, shops, apartments, entertain- ment, office space, as well as a village green featuring outdoor programming and community event space. Current plans for the student housing portion consist of four, 5-story build- ings featuring 240 units (624

Acquisition & Ground-Up Construction Loan – Self Storage 80% LTC – Floater L+280 – 3 Years IOwith a 5 YearMini Perm


with Metrop- olis Capital A d v i s o r s L LC h a v e successfully arranged the heavily struc- t u r e d 9 0% financing for the construc-

Refinance Bridge Loan - Land 60% LTV – L+600 – 25-Day Close Non-Recourse


Acquisition & CMBS Permanent Specialty Use Retail 75% LTV – 10/30 – 4.25% GreggWallace, President AMA Financial, LLC 610-784-0400 x11, gwallace@amafinancial.com www.amafinancial.com


Gregg Wallace

tion of Midtown Row’s retail and student housing project in Williamsburg, VA. AMA’s Gregg Wallace , along with MetCap’s Struc- tured Finance team, led by

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