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Real estate financed, developed, and acquired

Urban Standard Capital is a real estate lender, developer, and investment firm in New York City. 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

Property Acquisitions

475 Waverly Avenue

$3,250,000 ~ A gorgeous historic brownstone, renovated from top to bottom

Commercial Real Estate Loans

11-16 Main Avenue

$16,250,000 Condo Inventory Loan

Commercial Real Estate Loans

475 Washington Avenue

$38,500,000 ~ 24 Months ~ Senior Loan

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What's going on at USC

August 20, 2021

Urban Standard Capital Lends $20M on South Florida Residential Land Acquisition

New York-based alternative lender Urban Standard Capital has fueled its recent expansion into South Florida with a $20 million acquisition loan on a small, vacant plot of land within the wealthy enclave of Everglades Island in Palm Beach, Florida.

July 26, 2021

Exclusive Interview with Seth Weissman in Hamptons Magazine

As the founder and president of Urban Standard Capital, a fully integrated real estate private equity firm, Seth Weissman seeks out real estate developers and projects that are special and helps them succeed.

March 15, 2021

TheRealDeal Features USC Deal in Top 10 Largest Manhattan Loans in February

Urban Standard Capital provided a $20M loan to Meyer Equities to finance a partner buyout at 265 West 37th Street, a 23-story building in Midtown. Meyer has owned the property for three decades and will use part of the loan proceeds for tenant improvements and leasing costs. Click to see the full list.

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