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Canadian investment giant Realstar has signed two financing deals for build to rent (BTR) schemes in London as part of its BTR-led investment strategy that means it is currently developing over 1,000 apartments in the capital.
The first is a £55 million development facility provided by Lloyds Bank Commercial Real Estate, and has been established to help finance the £100 million scheme at Chesterfield House in Wembley – which will comprise two BTR towers, with 239 apartments, retail space and a community centre.
The second is a £45.8 million facility provided by Venn Partners, which will be used to refinance two BTR New Cross properties — New Cross Gate and Empire Heights — that comprise one, two and three-bed residential units.
Both assets will be managed and leased under Realstar’s UNCLE brand. Realstar was advised on the deals by Macfarlanes law firm.
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