HRECC

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HRECCHypo Real Estate Capital Corporation (Germany)
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"We believe this is the perfect transaction for HRECC based on the borrower's opportunity to create value over the loan term.
and Chicago-based Heitman Value Partners, according to Sam Kirschner, HRECC's head of origination.
New York based HRECC, a subsidiary of Hypo Real Estate Bank International, is one of the largest foreign owned commercial real estate lenders in the United States.
"HRECC's knowledge of the marketplace and ability to deliver financial solutions that meet the unique needs of each client continues to drive demand from a growing number of financially strong and successful sponsors.
"Five Tops and Five Mile Capital chose to work with HRECC because of our ability to provide financial solutions that are tailored specifically to the needs of our clients," said Evan F.
Hypo Real Estate Capital Corporation (HRECC), a member of Hypo Real Estate Group,closed a $120.9 million loan for the Metropolis lifestyle retail center in Plainfield, Indiana.
Hypo Real Estate Capital Corporation (HRECC), the New York-based subsidiary of Hypo Real Estate Bank International, Munich, Germany, announced it closed a $206.5 million loan for the construction of a mixed-use, luxury condominium property on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
Hypo Real Estate Capital Corporation (HRECC), a member of Hypo Real Estate Group, announced that it closed a $600 million loan to refinance six luxury hotel properties in New York.
HYPO REAL ESTATE CAPITAL CORPORATION (HRECC), the New York-based subsidiary of Hypo Real Estate Bank International, Munich, Germany, closed a $77.8 million, three-year loan for the construction of The Macallen Building, an 11-story residential condominium in Boston.
Hypo Real Estate Capital Corporation (HRECC), a member of Hypo Real Estate Group, announced that it closed a $442 million construction loan to finance the development of the Trump International Hotel & Tower at Waikiki Beach WalkTM in Honolulu, Hawaii.
HRECC, as agent and lead lender, provided $127.5 million in financing towards the total $255 million loan.