Founded in 2005, G4 Capital Partners is a middle-market, real estate bridge lending firm. For over 15 years, G4 has originated and funded over 200 loans totaling over $2.1 billion.
With a focus on senior secured transitional loans, G4 concentrates funding in the Northeast U.S., particularly the New York City metro area market. The team bases lending decisions on asset value, including an assessment of whether the liquidation value of the collateral supports a full return of principal and Sponsor’s ability to execute.
The company prides itself on due diligence, legal and underwriting experience, and a practical, real-world approach to deals.
High-Level Lending Parameters
Loan Amounts: $2-75 million
Loan-to-Value: Below 65% of stressed value
Terms: 6 to 36 months
Interest rate: 7% to 10%
Markets: Mostly the Northeast, and primarily the New York City area
Property Type: All except special use and unentitled land
- Hotel: In August 2021, G4 capital partners closed on a $77 million construction loan for the Williamsburg, Brooklyn location of Marriott’s Moxy hotel brand developed by the Lightstone Group. Lightstone originally bought the development site for $30.4 million in 2019. The hotel is expected to be completed in 2022.
- Mixed-Use: In April 2021, G4 Capital Partners provided $105 million in financing for a condo project in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn on the former site of the Cascade Linen Factory. The debt includes $20 million in construction financing, a $30 million land loan and a $55 million condo inventory loan secured by 167 residential units across four buildings. Once built, the project will include seven buildings, organized around a central courtyard, with 67,700 square feet of commercial and community space.
- Multifamily: In December 2020, G4 Capital Partners financed the $207.5 million recapitalization of a 223-unit condo project in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of New York City. The development is on the site of the former Cabrini Medical Center. Clipper Equity initially bought the parcel in 2013 for $150 million.