Williamsburg developer lands $57M refi to complete 329 Broadway

first_img329 Broadway and JLJ CEO Jonathan Lewis (Credit: Syndicate Architecture, Google Maps)Parkview Management landed a $57 million loan from JLJ Capital to complete a mixed-use project with 63 residences at 329 Broadway in Williamsburg.The 16-month loan has an eight-month extension, according to JLJ CEO Jonathan Lewis, who said his firm paid off the prior lender. Texas-based PLS New Line LLC agreed to lend the developer $28 million last year, records show. Skyline Capital placed the debt.Parkview, led by Juda Klein, purchased the site for $4.7 million in 2013.The mixed-use tower is next to the elevated train tracks and St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church. Plans call for a 195-foot tower with 63 residential units starting on the sixth floor.There will be 59,000 square feet of retail space on the first two floors, and 24,500 square feet of community space on the third and fourth floors. The building has a total of 18,000 square feet of outdoor space.ADVERTISEMENTThe building was designed with exterior columns that give it a twisting and angular look.Lewis said he liked that 329 Broadway is mid-construction. The foundation work is “the most risky part of any building,” he said. “We felt comfortable that most of the risk of finishing the building were taken out once the superstructure was complete.” This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

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UWI Open Campus Dominica to host Professor Rex Nettleford Film

first_img Tweet EducationLocalNewsTertiary UWI Open Campus Dominica to host Professor Rex Nettleford Film by: – February 3, 2014 Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img 37 Views   no discussions Share Professor Rex NettlefordThe University of the West Indies (UWI) Open Campus Dominica, in collaboration with the Rex Nettleford Foundation, will host the premier of “Renaissance Man,” a documentary film on the life of Professor Rex Nettleford on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. at the UWI Open Campus Dominica Auditorium.Professor Rex Nettleford, Vice Chancellor Emeritus of The UWI, was a Caribbean scholar, social critic and choreographer. Throughout his career, it was his desire to illustrate to children of disadvantaged backgrounds that their place of origin need not define their outcome in life. This 45-minute documentary satisfies this objective as it tells the story of his life from rural Jamaica, to being one of four people in the world selected for the centenary celebrations of the Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford, in honour of his outstandingand varied achievements.There is no entry fee, and the film viewing and discussion are open to the public. However, a donation to the Rex Nettleford Foundation would be welcome. There will be similar premieres throughout the Eastern Caribbean, Toronto, New York, Washington D.C., Miami and London later this year.last_img read more

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THRASHED!

first_imgRUGBY LEAGUE BY SIMON KESLEP THE visiting Northern Pride claimed their second win on the trot after defeating a hapless SP PNG Hunters 24-0 in the Intrust Super Cup round two match at Oil Search National Football Stadium yesterday. Despite the heavy downpour experienced in Port Moresby over the last couple of days, it did not stop Hunters’ fans and rugby league followers from turning up to cheer the home side. But it was the visitors who weathered the conditions to the advantage to run with a big win. One of North Queensland Cowboys rising stars and half-back Jake Clifford was a standout with his performance on the day with a good kicking game. Clifford, who was later named man of the match, converted three out four attempts and a penalty to wrap up the win comfortably.last_img

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Related What can I do if my airline goes bustIn t

first_img RelatedWhat can I do if my airline goes bust?In the unfortunate case of your airline going bust or failing, you have a few options for claiming flight cancellation costs on the airline or your travel insurance, but these depend on whether you bought your flights with a credit card, whether the flights were ATOL Protected and how much…Summer season begins at Manchester AirportApproximately 300,000 passengers passed through Manchester Airport during the Easter bank holiday weekend.Monarch wins ‘Best Charter Airline’ awardMonarch Airlines has been crowned ‘Best Charter Airline’ for the second successive year at the Telegraph Travel Awards. More passengers could be booking their summer holiday flights through low-cost airlines after Ryanair warned that more charter flight operators and holiday companies could go bankrupt.The airline said that the disruption that holidaymakers experienced between June and August was likely to continue into next summer as the economic crisis intensified.Commenting, Stephen McNamara, Ryanair’s head of communications, said that the cheap flights carrier had “come to the rescue” of thousands of flight passengers this summer after their tour operator or airline had gone bust without warning.”As we launch our summer schedule we advise passengers not to risk their summer holiday plans by booking with flaky airlines or shoddy tour operators which they know little or nothing about,” he said.Ryanair’s summer schedule offers passengers over 800 routes to 26 European countries, with 50 million seats having been made available between March and October.The airline announced last month that it would be launching a new daily service between London Gatwick and Dusseldorf (Weeze) on January 7th. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more

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