Sun Equity Partners

  • Meridian Cinches 2-Part Financing for Union Square Deal

    The 166 Geary Street building was recently acquired as Meridian Capital Group announced it has arranged $35 million in financing for the acquisition. The national commercial real estate finance and advisory firm worked on behalf of The Jackson Group, Sun Equity Partners and Concord Real Estate. Meridian arranged the 36-month, floating-rate mortgage, which was provided by a national balance sheet lender, features full-term interest-only payments and is priced at 350 basis points over one-month LIBOR.

    San Francisco 20 February 2015 23:31
  • AA Metals Inc. expanding and bringing new jobs to Orlando

    Asian American Metals Inc., an Orlando-based fabricated sheet metal distributor bought a 12.8-acre industrial site in Jetport Industrial Park near Orlando International Airport.

    Orlando 10 October 2013 22:23

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