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CRE banking veteran Scott Davis joins NorthMarq Capital’s Tampa regional office

NorthMarq Capital, a leader in financing commercial real estate throughout the United States, announced today that Scott Davis has joined the company as senior vice president/senior director. Davis will operate out of NorthMarq’s Tampa regional office and will report to Bob Hernandez, senior vice president/managing director.

In his role at NorthMarq, which marks a return to the company, Davis will rely on his decades of CRE experience to source the optimal interim and permanent debt and equity opportunities for all product types throughout the country. He will specifically rely on his extensive knowledge in construction, re-development, Tax Credit bridge financing and land A&D financing.

Prior to joining NorthMarq, Davis broadened his expertise through several CRE positions, including money-center commercial banks, mortgage banks and bank consulting assignments. Over the course of his career, Davis has successfully completed $2 billion in CRE financing through sources including CMBS, commercial bank and non-bank entities, life companies, GSEs and private capital providers.

“We are pleased to have Scott re-join our Tampa regional office team,” said Hernandez. “His multi-faceted experience gives him a 360-degree perspective in structuring CRE transactions, which will allow him to bring creative solutions to our client relationships.”

Davis earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Real Estate and Marketing from Florida State University, where he remains active in the Alumni activities of the Real Estate school. He has served in executive leadership roles with NAIOP and with the Tampa Bay-based Real Estate Investment Council.

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NorthMarq’s Lee Weaver featured in Student Housing Business regarding new on-campus program

Lee Weaver, senior vice president/senior director of NorthMarq Capital’s Tampa-based regional office, was featured in Student Housing Business. In the article, found in the December 2016 edition, Weaver announced a new student housing initiative from NorthMarq Capital.

NorthMarq, in partnership with one of its correspondent lenders, has launched an on-campus program for universities and related developers who want to borrow to build new housing. The program will also consider off-campus properties with a university relationship. That program lends up to 100 percent of construction costs for properties that have some level of university involvement. The school needs to have a BBB+ credit rating or better. The program, says Weaver, has allowed developers to access a capital stack that otherwise would not be available. “It is a very attractive program for those doing work with universities, and it’s attractive to a university because it creates more flexibility and allows for off balance sheet accounting,” he said. NorthMarq recently closed a $78 million deal at UNLV and has several other deals in the program in underwriting/processing.

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NorthMarq Capital Wins Award for Most Creative Financing for $58 Million Student Housing Transaction in Oviedo, Fla.

TAMPA – Lee Weaver, senior vice president/senior director and Bill Hardman, vice president of NorthMarq Capital’s Florida-based offices recently earned an Innovator Award from Student Housing Business Magazine in the category of Most Creative Financing for their work on the NorthView Student Housing on the University of Central Florida campus.

The Innovator Awards, the student housing industry’s only awards program, recognize excellence in on- and off-campus student housing. More than 900 leading industry professionals attended the sixth annual InterFace Student Housing Conference gala award ceremony where the Innovator Awards were presented.

The seven-story, 340,271-sq.-ft. property, located in Oviedo, Fla., contains 600 beds within 180 units and 782 total parking spaces (696 in a controlled access garage). Financing for the $58 million transaction is based on a 15-year term and 30-year amortization schedule and was arranged for the borrower by NorthMarq through a tax exempt private placement bond structure.

The development also includes 40,000 sq.ft. of faith based commercial space. Half of the space will be occupied by the Hillel Foundation for Jewish Campus Life and the other half by the Newman Catholic Student Center. Both organizations are the largest of their kind in the county and will serve the nearly 6,000 Jewish students and 13,000 Catholic students that make the UCF campus one of the largest Jewish and Catholic student bodies in the country.

“Student centers are key components of the organizations providing dedicated space for students to gather, socialize and study with like-minded Jewish and Catholic students,” said Weaver.

Other unique aspects of the property include:

  • The donation of the site for the improvements by a Florida philanthropist, as well as the transfer of the fee simple title of the land through a charitable gift.
  • The property benefits from a 60-year ground lease, after which the improvements will revert to the UCF Foundation and Hillel Foundation for Jewish Campus Life.
  • Bifurcated ownership structure.
  • Real estate tax exemption due to non-profit ownership.
  • The property is managed by the experienced UCF Housing System and is incorporated into their inventory.

With so many factors to take into consideration, finding the proper lending source “required a remarkable amount of time and resources,” said Weaver who gave credit to the efforts put forth by his counterpart, Bill Hardman. “Many traditional lending sources simply weren’t able to accommodate the complexities of the deal.”

Common amenities include: two courtyards for social events and gatherings; secure parking; high-speed video game room; 24-hour fitness center; resort style pool with water volleyball; lap swimming area and Swedish sauna; sky deck with tiki-hut; outdoor sand volleyball; life-sized chess board; computer lab; café; convenience store; high-speed wireless internet through-out the building; community centers and a Cabana room.

Unit amenities include: fully furnished apartments with custom furniture; hardwood-style flooring in living areas and carpeted bedrooms; nine foot ceilings in living areas; beautifully decorated rooms with a 60’ flat screen TV; full sized kitchen with granite countertops; side-by-side refrigerator; customized beds with drawers and shelving; individual walk-in closets; bathrooms with granite countertops and walk-in showers; unit keycard entry and extended cable.

 

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