Madison Realty Capital (MRC) is a New York City-based real estate private equity firm focused on real estate debt and equity investment strategies. Founded in 2004, MRC has invested in approximately $10 billion of transactions in the multifamily, retail, office, industrial and hotel sectors. The firm manages investments in the United States on behalf of a global investor base consisting of corporate and public pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, university endowments, foundations, fund of funds, family offices, and high net worth individuals. MRC is a fully integrated firm with over 70 employees across all real estate investment, development, and property management disciplines. Debt strategies include construction and acquisition lending, special situation financing and debt acquisitions; equity real estate strategies include opportunistic and value-add investments as well as ground-up development. Among other industry recognitions, MRC has been named to the Commercial Observer’s prestigious “Power 100” list of New York City real estate players and is consistently cited as one of the industry’s top construction lenders.
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341 39th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Floor: 6th floor
Very limited street parking in the area and under 278 Industry Kitchen on the corner of 39th Street and 3rd Ave.
Subway or Ubers are strongly encouraged. The venue is 5 minute walk from the D, N and R trains at 36th Street. Head southwest on 4th Ave toward 36th St then turn right onto 39th St and the destination is on your right.
Brooklyn continues to see major construction development from the Innovation Coast to Downtown and beyond. With the arrival of the first of many super-tall buildings to the borough, Brooklyn will have to face the all-important question: who will be staying in these buildings and at what price?
As renters continue to flock to Brooklyn for more space and a discounted price, luxury vacancies are giving some developers pause. However, despite the loss of Amazon's departure from Long Island City, Brooklyn saw two of the most dynamic companies open up shop in the Borough. Find out how Brooklyn is doing in the current market cycle at Bisnow's Annual Brooklyn State of the Market!
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