g to records filed with the city Monday.
Signature Bank provided the financing for the acquisition of the two-story, 40,000-square-foot property at 258-278 Eighth Avenue. The money is divided into two mortgages, documents show. There is one for $31.5 million and another for $35 million, documents show. Once consolidated with the remaining principal of a $3 million loan, the total package is for $68 million, per records.
The real estate firm, which is owned by the Jemal family, paid $107 million for the commercial building at 24th Street and Eighth Avenue earlier this month. New York Sports Clubs, Gap, CVS and other stores are tenants in the building.
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