RPW Group secures $210M refi for 275 Madison Avenue

The financing will retire a $240M acquisition loan provided by Blackstone and SL Green for the landmarked building

TRD NEW YORK /
Jul.July 11, 2018 05:45 PM

Robert Weisz of RPW Group and 275 Madison Avenue (Credit: PRlog and Google Images)

RPW Group has locked in a $210 million loan to refinance 275 Madison Avenue, a 43-story landmarked office building.

The debt, provided by Ullico on Tuesday, will retire the existing $240 million loan Blackstone Group and SL Green Realty Corp. provided RPW at the time of acquisition, according to Commercial Observer. The Robert Weisz-led firm paid RFR Holding $270 million for the building in August 2016.

Bordered by 39th and 40th streets, the 336,000-square-foot building received landmark approval in 2009. Current tenants include Cushman & Wakefield, Rosen Law firm and Riemer & Associates.

It was recently revealed that Paul Massey was launching his own brokerage out of the building, and already had 20 staffers working there. [CO] —David Jeans


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