Silverstein Capital Partners
Michael May Talks Silverstein’s West Coast Expansion, Post-COVID Outlook
Criss-crossing the country as a child between the East and West coasts prepared Silverstein Properties’ Michael May well for a life in the commercial real estate industry
Silverstein’s $700M Loan to Fund Construction of Massive Seattle-Area Project
Silverstein Capital Partners (SCP), the lending arm of Silverstein Properties, has made its first foray into the West Coast with a $700 million construction loan it provided to Fortress Development.
Inside Silverstein Capital Partners’ $240M Mezz Lending Debut on 9 DeKalb
Last week, JDS Development officially closed a $664 million construction financing for what will be Brooklyn’s tallest tower at 9 DeKalb Avenue. As widely reported, Otéra Capital provided the senior mortgage, while Silverstein Capital Partners provided a $240 million mezzanine loan in the deal.
Silverstein Capital Partners’ Michael May on Why He Likes Big, Complicated Deals – Commercial Observer
Michael May has headed up Silverstein Capital Partners—Silverstein Properties’ lending platform—since its launch in September 2018.
Lending tree: Real estate debt funds now have $57B to deploy
The record amount could increase competition, prompting lending on riskier projects, industry pros say
N.Y. developers turn lenders chasing profits in construction boom
New York developer Silverstein Properties Inc. built a $4 billion pipeline of real estate deals just weeks after starting. None of the money was for buildings it will own.
Larry Silverstein’s new debt platform sees a “financing gap” in construction lending
New alternative-lending vehicle will enter space where traditional banks are still the go-to source.
Silverstein Properties Breaks Into Lending
Silverstein Properties is expanding its reach into debt, establishing a venture that will allow the developer to offer loans for real estate projects.
Silverstein Properties launches real estate lending venture
The new branch, Silverstein Capital Partners, will provide loans for projects spanning from office and industrial to residential and retail, according to Bloomberg.