Urban Standard Capital is a real estate lender, developer, and investment firm. We pride ourselves on our transparency in financing deals and quick closings.
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.
USC Team crosses the $100M deal mark in Florida in our first year!
USC provided a $52 million inventory loan for KD Sagamore (KDS) to refinance its luxury condominium project on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
"One of the most exciting and rewarding aspects of real estate private equity is the ability to drive positive change through the deployment of capital. By creating jobs, building safe housing, and driving economic growth, private equity real estate investments can have a transformative impact. Our recent loan in Tacoma is a clear example of this power. Through strategic investment, we were able to support a project that will have a positive impact on the community for years to come." - Seth Weissman
“While the market for construction financing is certainly challenged, we remain committed to our borrowers and their projects,” said Urban Standard Capital’s Robert Levine. “In October, we closed over $100 million of construction loans.” “We have seen our borrowers capitalizing on the market dislocations to acquire prime properties at a discount.” “227 W 19th is another example of leaning in during uncertain times.”
Kingsdel Real Estate through the entity 447 Fenimore 2022 LLC as borrower signed a new construction loan with lender Urban Standard Capital through the entity Usc 447 Fenimore 2 LLC valued at $34 million for two properties including 625 New York Avenue in East Flatbush, Brooklyn and 447 Fenimore Street in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn.