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Four high-profile properties in Austin have received nearly $280 million in construction financing. Madison Realty Capital announced that it has provided a $278.5 million construction loan for the four properties to the developer, Reger Holdings, a real estate investment and development company based in West Seneca, N.Y. Madison Realty Capital is a real estate private…

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Reger Holdings LLC, a New York-based real estate developer, has secured $278.5 million in construction financing from Madison Realty Capital LP for projects in Austin. The financing is for The Linden, a condominium high-rise planned at 313 W. 17th St., and various elements within EastVillage, an ambitious mixed-use development planned for East Parmer Lane. To…

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Madison Realty Capital (MRC) has provided a $278.5 million construction loan for a portfolio of four assets located in Austin, Texas, Commercial Observer has learned. The financing was provided to Reger Holdings, a New York-based, real estate investment and development company led by CEO Gordon Reger. The firm contributed significant cash equity in the deal.  Austin has been a…

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Another new mixed-use development is set to transform northeast Austin – but it won’t be completed for a while.  EastVillage will be located on Parmer Lane across from Austin’s Samsung plant. The development’s website calls it an “anchor to the Tech Ridge corridor,” which also includes Dell, General Motors, 3M and other tech start-ups. The $1 billion project will have more than…

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EastVillage will transform the East Parmer Lane area across from Samsung by the time it is finished in 2028, adding thousands of homes, three hotels, a grocery store space and more. Elsewhere, a 400,000-square-foot office project near the University of Texas reached its completion, and a future medical office development topped out in North Central…

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Notice cranes in the Austin skyline or fenced-off city blocks with deep holes in the ground? The constant construction is building the Austin of tomorrow, including five major mixed-use developments that span the South shore of Lady Bird Lake to the northeast tech corridor and are due to be completed over the next two decades.…

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