The complex is comprised of 22 two-story apartment buildings featuring one- and two-bedroom units, with a current occupancy of 84 percent. It is located within 30 miles of the Houston central business district, near numerous office buildings and retail, industrial and medical employers. The borrower, an experienced sponsor with more than a dozen multi-family properties throughout New York, Texas and Tennessee, has renovated and repositioned 10 similar properties in the last three years.
"This loan is a prime example of Hudson's ability to assist a strong borrower who needs to move quickly," said Spencer Garfield, managing director. "Because of our expertise in evaluating underperforming assets, Hudson is able to provide the essential funding for these types of middle-market repositioning transactions."
Hudson has closed more than $3.5 million in transactions since the formation of its initial two funds in 2003. The company focuses on middle-market investments, generally in the $3 million to $35 million per asset range. Activities include originating, purchasing, participating in, servicing and restructuring special-situation debt. In addition, the company is active in large loan-portfolio acquisitions and asset management activities. Hudson also invests directly in real estate and acquires under-performing assets and other real estate-related instruments.
Headquartered in New York City, Hudson maintains regional offices in Portland, Maine and Fort Myers, Florida. The company has been named among the New York area's largest privately held companies and largest minority-owned companies, as well as one of the Top 25 lenders nationally.
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About Hudson Realty Capital LLC
Hudson Realty Capital LLC (Hudson) is a real estate fund manager with more than $2 billion of assets currently under management. Since the formation of its initial two funds in 2003, the company has closed $3.5 billion in transactions. Activities include originating, participating in, servicing, restructuring and/or acquiring high-yield, special situation debt and mezzanine loans. In addition, the company invests directly in real estate and the acquisition of under-performing real estate assets and other real estate-related instruments. Based in New York, the company maintains regional offices in Portland, Maine and Fort Myers, Florida. Hudson was established as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), reflecting a rich diversity within its leadership.