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The Paris-based bank is seeking to increase financing options for alternative lenders.
A rendering of a multifamily project at 120 East 144th Street in the Bronx, New York,
The Slate Property Group lending arm has ramped up construction completion lending with increased demand for development capital.
Slate Property Group in March originated a roughly $60m loan to reignite a stalled multifamily development in the Astoria neighborhood of Queens, New York.
A rendering of ONE Park Tower by Turnberry in Miami, Florida.
Berkadia arranged two of the financings, which will increase the Arkansas-based lender’s presence across South Florida.
Supply chain
The industrial sector is poised for the greatest amount of disruption of any commercial real estate sector as the need for modern logistics properties rises, says CBRE IM's Mary Lang.
The financing is notable given the paucity of capital allocated to the office sector as well as a decline in construction lending over the past year to 18 months.
Beverly Hills sign located along Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills, CA at night.
JPMorgan has originated a $500m senior loan to help build the mixed-use development One Beverly Hills.
A rendering of the Speedway Commerce Center in Fontana, California.
CBRE IM and Hillwood will use the funding for Phase 1 of speedway conversion into a 6.6 million-square-foot industrial complex.
Illustration of a businessperson looking into a telescope. There is a gold coin at the end of the telescope
The commercial real estate market is operating against a backdrop in which higher interest rates have caused widespread declines in real estate values – and higher loan-to-value ratios.
A rendering of the condominium development at 26-01 4th Street in Queens, New York.
The New York-based manager is expected to close $300m in loans over the next 30 days as debt funding gaps and needs persist.

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