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NEW YORK-Carlton Advisory Services had conducted over $2 billion in debt and equity transactions over the past few weeks.

John I. Bralower, managing director of the Carlton Group, tells GlobeSt.com that the deals have various reasons for not being disclosed. Many of the deals were large enough so their lists of possible projects are very short.

Most of the transactions were for properties in Manhattan. The largest single loan was $400 million in senior financing for two trophy office towers. The as-of-right development of a five-star luxury residential and hotel development received $350 million in financing; $210 million in acquisition financing went for a class A office trophy with a major investment bank. Carlton has finalized a $150-million, 95% equity and debt investment with a life insurance company for a Midtown property on behalf of a Manhattan developer. $106 in debt financing, via a 10-year, interest-only loan, went to a Manhattan office asset.

Relatively smaller Manhattan deals include $37 million toward financing a $40-million boutique hotel/condo development Downtown. In addition, $20 million in debt and equity financing went to developing a 180-room luxury boutique hotel near the Flatiron District. Carlton accessed a hedge fund investor to put another $20 million in equity recapitalization for a condo conversion.

In the case of the $20-million Flatiron District hotel financing, Bralower tells GlobeSt.com that the developer wishes to announce his project individually at a later date.

Outside New York, the biggest Carlton transaction was a $300-million entity-level equity investment fund for an industrial property owner. The industrial owner looks to acquire over $700 million in industrial assets in the West Coast. The company has also locked in $108 million in 10-year fixed rate financing secured by a 13-property industrial portfolio. Carlton has also arranged equity terms of an unspecific amount for the recapitalization of an office property in San Francisco’s financial district.

Also, $40 million in construction financing is going for the completion of a hotel along the Potomac in the suburbs outside Washington, DC. More than $35 million in senior mortgage financing with a major investment bank has gone for a trophy office property in the Midwest, on behalf of a New York-based real estate firm. A mixed-use condominium development in San Diego received $28 million.

In its one international project, $40 million in debt and equity recapitalization is going to a five-star resort and residential community along the beach of Guanacaste, Costa Rica.

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