Phoenix, AZ –– CBRE’s Capital Markets group announced last week that it has secured financing on behalf of Real Estate Capital Partners (“RECP”) for the financing of Crestone Apartments at Shadow Mountain (“Crestone”). Brian Eisendrath with CBRE’s Debt and Structured Finance team arranged a 5-year, full term interest only fixed rate loan of $16,811,000 (60% LTC), which was locked in at an interest rate of 3.30% through Freddie Mac. The 248-unit asset was acquired for $27,200,000 ($109,677/unit) from Scottsdale-based P.B. Bell, who will remain in-place as the property’s management company, and was represented by Tyler Anderson and Sean Cunningham with CBRE in Phoenix.
RECP’s Current Income Fund (the “Fund”) provided the equity for Crestone, which will provide investors a strong current rate of return in a high quality, well located project. RECP is a U.S. real estate investment advisor, founded in 1989, whose goal is to create superior risk adjusted returns by investing in U.S. real estate. Investments have consisted of existing and to-be-built apartment, office, industrial, retail and mixed-use properties.
“With the low cost of capital and the full term interest only loan, this execution will allow RECP to execute its business plan,” said Mr. Eisendrath.
“Brian and his team were able to secure attractive financing at a 3.30% rate with full term interest only. The execution supports our business plan to maximize cash on cash returns,” said Stephen Henry, Vice President – Investment Management of REC.
Crestone at Shadow Mountain is a well-established community situated in the heart of North Phoenix. This community was built in 1992 and features 248 units, averaging 876 square feet, in 19 two-story buildings. The Property offers proximity to the SR 51 connecting residents to the Loop 101 through North Scottsdale as well as to all the amenities in Downtown Phoenix. Select units offer nine-foot ceilings, full size washers and dryers, and wood burning fireplaces.
Eisendrath is in CBRE's Los Angeles office and can be reached at (310) 228-2125. Anderson and Cunningham can be contacted at (602) 735-5555 in Phoenix.