Frahm Joins Mesa West Capital in New York City Office

Mesa West Capital Grows on East Coast. Since opening in February of this year, the New York City office, under the direction of Raphael Fishbach, has originated approximately $100 million in financings.
By: Bruce Beck
Russell Frahm
Russell Frahm
Sept. 27, 2010 - PRLog -- Russell Frahm has joined Mesa West Capital as an associate in the firm's New York office where he will focus on originating loans for re-financings and re-capitalizations across all property types throughout the Eastern United States, announced Director Raphael Fishbach.
   Frahm joins Mesa West Capital from the New York office of Cushman & Wakefield Sonnenblick Goldman  where he was involved in placing approximately $425 million of structured debt and equity, including the $119.8 million financing of The New York Times Company corporate headquarters.    
   Previously, Frahm was an associate with The Hacienda Group, where he was responsible for financial modeling, lease negotiations and monitoring the value and equity distributions for the Milford, CT-based real estate partnership.
   Frahm earned his BA from the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business and received his MA from New York University.

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Los Angeles-based Mesa West Capital is a privately held portfolio lender with a capital base of more than $2 billion. Mesa West has an established debt platform that continues to provide flexible and reliable capital for real estate acquisitions, re-financings and re-capitalizations on office, retail, industrial, multifamily and hotels in the United States.
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