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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.Learn more ›
With our real estate acquisition fund, we buy properties in both established and transitioning areas that show potential for repositioning and neighborhood growth.
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.
Urban Standard Capital supplied the construction completion and condo inventory loan for the 12-unit condo project at 66 Clinton.
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.
“It definitely leaves a gap in the market that is a net negative,” Weissman said. “To lose a major player in those spaces will just reduce the number of options that are available.” Weissman added, however, that he expects alternative lending in the single-family and luxury construction divisions to pick up now that First Republic has gone under.
The joint venture between Vault Development Partners and TLM Equities has secured a $20.1 million debt package for its planned condominium building on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. “While there are certainly headwinds as it relates to interest rates and inflation, we believe that there is significant downside protection in lending against the highest-quality assets developed by best-in-class sponsors,” Robert Levine said in a statement. “In down markets, you see a flight to quality time and time again."
"Weissman said alternative lenders like his firm are increasingly seen as more reliable partners than a regional banking system that has experienced multiple failures, mergers, runs and federally coordinated consolidations in three short weeks — and a near fatal collapse 15 years ago."