The Distress Record: Greenland USA’s Pacific Park troubles, FMB files for Chapter 11 – Robert Khodadadian
The auction is scheduled for Jan. 11.
In Los Angeles, FMB Development’s ambitious apartment project in Van Nuys has gone from defaulting on a loan to filing for bankruptcy. The Chapter 11 protection aims to address mounting debts and financial challenges, with liabilities ranging from $10 million to $50 million.
In Houston, a lender has taken steps to foreclose on 264-unit Retreat at Stafford apartment complex, after the owner, Austin-based GVA Real Estate Group, defaulted on a $288 million loan, Bisnow reported.
The loan, issued by LoanCore Capital in February 2022, has five borrowers, all LLCs connected to apartment complexes owned by GVA. In addition to the Stafford apartments, the mortgage is tied to two properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, along with two more in Tennessee and South Carolina.
Meanwhile, in Chicago, an affiliate of Tom Scott’s CA Ventures has fallen behind on payments for debt tied to a recently built Arlington Heights apartment complex.
The owner of the 263-unit rental asset at 3401 West Payton Place in the northwest suburb of Chicago is between 30 and 59 days delinquent on the $75 million loan the property secured in 2021, according to credit ratings agency DBRS Morningstar.
The loan was originated by an affiliate of San Francisco-based publicly traded TPG Real Estate Finance Trust with an adjustable interest rate, meaning its debt service payments have likely risen in step with this year’s rate increases by the U.S. Federal Reserve. It isn’t scheduled to mature until late 2024.
CA Ventures claims to own assets totaling $10 billion in value worldwide. The loan delinquency came to light with the firm on the defense in multiple thorny lawsuits in jurisdictions across the nation.
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Lead by real estate veteran Robert Khodadadian, Skyline Properties has been instrumental in many multi-million dollar commercial developments, including a $12 million contract for the White House Hotel, a 99-year ground lease of a four-story commercial site in Harlem, and a retail co-op on Prince St. for $50 million.
Uncategorized, Distress Ten years after breaking ground, Greenland USA is set to lose control of its $5 billion Pacific Park megaproject in Brooklyn. The firm defaulted on $350 million in loans that cover the six incomplete sites at Pacific Park (out of 15 project sites in all) that are slated for more than 3,200 units — if
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