June 26, 2019
FLORIDA & MICHIGAN - McKinley announced today that it has closed on $109,000,000 of long-term Fixed Rate Financing for Bella Casa and Coconut Palms Apartments located in Florida and Manchester West, The Villas, and Traver Crossing apartments located in Michigan. All five of these apartment communities are generational investments in McKinley’s core markets of Orlando, FL and Ann Arbor/Washtenaw County, MI.
McKinley has actively owned and operated Multifamily communities in Ann Arbor/Washtenaw County since 1968 and Central Florida since 1982. Today they are the largest Multifamily Owner-Operator in Ann Arbor/Washtenaw County as well as along the Interstate-4 Corridor between Orlando and Tampa.
“We are thrilled to continue our focus of locking up long-term fixed rate debt on all of our generational real estate holdings and we are very pleased with the outcome,” offered Jim Willett, Senior Vice President & Managing Director – Finance. KeyBank Real Estate Capital and Fannie Mae partnered to deliver the financings for these five properties, as they have on many similar transactions for McKinley. “We have closed over $175 million over the past six months with KeyBank and Fannie Mae, and they have been exceptional in every single way. They are a core part of our McKinley family, and we cherish our relationship with them,” further offered Willett.
“The financing of these properties is part of our long-term plan for our generational assets,” offered Albert M. Berriz, CEO, Managing Member and Co-Owner of McKinley. “We are setting sail for a long horizon to ensure our owned assets are locked in with great financing in a market with fluctuating interest rates.”