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Real estate financed, developed, and acquired

Urban Standard Capital is a real estate lender, developer, and investment firm. We pride ourselves on our transparency in financing deals and quick closings.

Property Development

From the ground up, Urban Standard develops for-sale condominiums with an emphasis on modern design while also respecting the city's rich architectural history.

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Property Acquisition

With our real estate acquisition fund, we buy properties in both established and transitioning areas that show potential for repositioning and neighborhood growth.

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Real Estate Financing

With our committed capital, we fund construction loans, acquisitions loans, and mezzanine loans quickly and with certainty. We can help you capitalize on opportunities and close within days, not weeks.

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What we’ve been
working on

Commercial Real Estate Loans

$26,000,000 Acquisition Loan in Colorado

The USC team provided a $24M Acquisition Loan on this 450+ acre property with a 30,000 SF main house and a 28,000 SF amenity center in Colorado.

Commercial Real Estate Loans

$52M Inventory Loan at 199 Chrystie Street, NY

USC provided a $52 million inventory loan for KD Sagamore (KDS) to refinance its luxury condominium project on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

Commercial Real Estate Loans

$26,400,000 Acquisition Deal in Palm Beach, FL!

USC Team crosses the $100M deal mark in Florida in our first year!

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What's going on at USC

January 10, 2023

The Palm Beach Post: West Palm Beach developers build spec homes under specter of recession

“There are special things happening in the South Florida market in terms of tail winds and the number of businesses coming down. On Murray Road, it will be high-end, single-family homes on a really amazing street that is a lot like Palm Beach." - Robert Levine

December 27, 2022

NYREJ 2022 Year in Review: Robert Levine, Urban Standard Capital

"Rising interest rates have affected everyone in the real estate industry in 2022. In this uncertain environment many banks have scaled back their lending capabilities. As a private lender we are uniquely positioned to capture this market where traditional financing sources have retreated. I believe that in 2023, we will continue to see the trend of non-bank lenders financing real estate projects." - Robert Levine for NYREJ

December 1, 2022

Urban Standard Capital Lends $26M on Colorado Rental Estate

“We focus on properties with unique attributes that are defensible in a down market,” said Seth Weissman. “Casteel Creek is a really special property, not only in terms of its location but also the quality of the construction and the build-out.”

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