Case Real Estate Capital, LLC (Case) is a commercial real estate lending and investment company. As a market-leading lender, Case focuses on financing for transitional assets including industrial, multifamily, retail, land and office located in markets around the country. Clients depend on Case for local expertise, flexible, dependable funding, and fast but strategic decision-making.
Since 2013, they have invested over $150,000,000, evaluating each loan, property and real estate debt purchase based on its own merits, the borrower’s or seller’s situation and business plan, and whether local market conditions are ripe for value creation strategies.
High Level Lending Parameters:
Loan amounts: $3-$30 million
Loan to value: 65%
Lending terms: 1 to 2 years
Interest rate: Varies by project
Markets: Located in the New York metropolitan area, as well as throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions and in South Florida
Property Type: No new construction of predevelopment, but otherwise most major asset classes.
Recently Closed Deals
- Townhouse: A $4,175,000 first mortgage bridge loan for a townhouse in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The loan was used to finish construction of the 5,782 square-foot, five-story, ground-up luxury project before putting it up for sale. The site is close to Barclays Center, a premier location for sporting events and concerts, as well as Prospect Park, and multiple subway and bus lines.
- Commercial: A $16 million first mortgage loan for a 20,803-square-foot redevelopment site in Flushing, New York. The loan will be used for land acquisition and predevelopment activities for a twelve-story medical office building, an Ambulatory Surgery Center and street-level commercial space. The site is in one of New York’s fastest-growing neighborhoods with prime access to shops, restaurants and public transportation.
- Mixed-use: A $12 million bridge loan for a mixed-use land site located in Bonita Springs, Florida. Case is active in South Florida, and the Fort Myers area in particular is expected to see steady growth due to in-migration, existing residents aging-in-place of and multiple service industries.