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Urban Standard Capital Invests In Office Building Revival with a $25 Million Loan in Little Rock, Arkansas

Urban Standard Capital Invests In Office Building Revival with a $25 Million Loan in Little Rock, Arkansas

Real Estate

In a bold move that signals a strong belief in the future of office buildings, Urban Standard Capital (USC) recently completed a significant transaction. A boost for the national corporate real estate sector. The New York-based real estate investment and lending firm provided a $25 million loan for a premier 500,000 square foot office building in Little Rock, Arkansas. This deal not only marks a major step in Urban Standard Capital’s national expansion but also highlights the firm’s unique approach to real estate lending.

Seth Weissman, President of Urban Standard Capital, expressed enthusiasm about the deal, stating, “We pride ourselves on not following the herd. Unlike many lenders who may overlook compelling fundamentals based on trends in asset class or geography, USC takes the time to thoroughly understand the business plan, sponsorship and credit. We prioritize the underlying deal story and value compelling fundamentals above current market trends.”

Key to the success of this transaction was USC’s committed, discretionary balance sheet capital, which allowed for swift and decisive action. Remarkably, the firm transitioned from term sheet to closing in a mere three weeks, showcasing its ability to operate with remarkable speed and efficiency. Moreover, the deal was funded entirely in cash, eliminating the need for an A note lender and streamlining the decision-making and execution process. David Koshers of Mavrides, Moyal, Packman & Sadkin, LLP, played a pivotal role in closing this transaction smoothly and efficiently.

Urban Standard Capital’s strategy deviates from conventional market trends.

This recent transaction in Little Rock is a clear demonstration of Urban Standard Capital’s commitment to investing in ‘best in breed’ opportunities. Regardless of prevailing market sentiments. Seth is actively seeking to deploy capital in more compelling opportunities with top-tier operators and developers.

“We are eagerly looking to deploy capital in compelling opportunities with top operators and developers. Please reach out to discuss!” Weissman added on Linkedin.

As Urban Standard Capital continues its national expansion, this significant investment in Little Rock stands as a testament to the firm’s innovative approach to real estate lending and its unwavering belief in the potential of corporate office spaces.

Urban Standard Capital Invests In Office Building Revival with a $25 Million Loan in Little Rock, Arkansas