Gould Investors gets $100M refi for 35 Irving

Financing consolidates $73.5M mortgage and $26M debt from prior mortgages

TRD New York /
Nov.November 17, 2017 05:36 PM

35 Irving Place (Credit: Google Maps)

UPDATED, 6:39 p.m., Nov. 17: Gould Investors has secured $100 million of financing from AIG Investments for its building at 35 Irving Place.

The money for the Great Neck-based landlord’s 11-story property, located near Union Square, consolidates a new $73.5 million mortgage on the building with outstanding debt of $26 million from multiple prior mortgages.

The building spans 288,400 square feet, and Gould has owned it since the 1960s, records show.

AIG declined to comment, and Gould could not immediately be reached.

AIG also recently provided $85 million to Thor Equities to refinance Thor’s headquarters at 35 West 39th Street.

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