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New York City

Following on last week’s announcement that sporting goods retailer REI would open its first New York City location at the Puck Building, Holliday Fenoglio Fowler announced this week that it has arranged an $80-million first mortgage financing for the historic 265,000-square-foot, office and retail building at 295 Lafayette St. Working on behalf of borrower Kushner Cos., HFF’s Mike Tepedino, Jose Cruz and director Steven Klein placed the adjustable-rate loan on the property, the onetime home of Puck, America’s first political satire magazine. HFF did not disclose the lender; however, city Department of Finance records identify it as the Bank of Ireland.

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