WASHINGTON, DC-News of the $64-million refinancing of the Liberty Building, a deal that occurred earlier this year, has come and gone except for one tidbit: who exactly provided the debt. Prudential Mortgage Capital Co. revealed this week that it did. The 12-year, fixed-rate loan, secured by Cassidy Turley, was provided to an entity controlled by Liberty Washington, LP, a joint venture between an institutional investor and Philadelphia-based Liberty Property Trust.

A 10-story building located at 1129 20th St., NW, the 176,059-square-foot, LEED Gold-certified office is like catnip to a life company. It is core, 96% leased and recently renovated by its owner.

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