Cushman & Wakefield Arranges $29.7M Refinancing Loan For Delray Central Office Portfolio

Cushman & Wakefield arranged a $29.7 million refinancing loan on behalf of G&C Arbors Investors, LLC, an affiliate of South Florida-based real estate investment management group Grover Corlew. The loan is for Delray Central, a 175,965-square-foot, two-building office portfolio on more than 12 acres.

Jason Hochman and Ron Granite of Cushman & Wakefield’s Equity, Debt & Structured Finance team secured the loan through Ameris Bank.

“Grover Corlew is a leading developer and operator in South Florida with proven success across multiple office properties in the Palm Beach and northern Broward County markets,” said Hochman, Executive Director at Cushman & Wakefield. “Recognizing an experienced sponsor and the strong office market fundamentals, the lender offered a low rate and flexible terms to match the business plan.”

The Delray Central office portfolio consists of a 98,460-sf building spanning two stories at 1615 S Congress Ave. and a 77,505-sf building spanning four stories at 1625 S Congress Ave. Both buildings sit directly west of Interstate 95 at the southeast corner of Congress Avenue and Linton Boulevard. The office portfolio also includes floor plans ranging from 2,300 sf to more than 26,000 sf to accommodate diverse tenant profiles, a robust of 4.6 per 1,000-sf parking ratio and access to Delray Beach’s world-class amenities.

“We applaud the Cushman & Wakefield team for working diligently to finalize this refinance, especially given today’s challenging financing market,” said Mark Corlew, Partner at Grover Corlew. “With a growing portfolio valued at more than $1 billion, we’ve effectively acquired, transformed, and managed suburban office properties across South Florida and we look forward to further enhancing our Delray Central office portfolio to attract new businesses to the area.”

G&C Arbors Inventors, LLC will utilize the refinancing loan for future capital and leasing costs at Delray Central to further improve the property for its tenants. With some newly signed leases, the buildings will soon be stabilized, allowing the owner to enjoy property cash flows while the Congress Avenue corridor continues to evolve into a pedestrian-friendly area with new multifamily and retail projects.




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