LeBruin today announces that it has acted as an advisor to Mr Paddy McKillen and his investment partner in relation to a €155m refinancing facility for Jervis Shopping Centre in Dublin City Centre. LeBruin, who organised a refinancing facility from M&G Investments London for the centre in 2013, was asked by Mr McKillen to revisit the international funding market, in conjunction with Eastdil Secured, to source refinancing options for the prime asset.
The refinancing facility for the 385,000 sq. ft. shopping centre, which includes high profile tenants such as Topshop, Forever 21, Tesco and Burger King, has been provided by AIB Real Estate Finance.
Commenting on LeBruin’s involvement in the refinancing process, Managing Director Tom Browne stated “Having completed the original refinancing of Jervis Shopping Centre in 2013, LeBruin were well placed to advise our clients on the current refinancing options for this high quality asset. The competitive refinancing achieved demonstrates our ability to source extensive local and international funding options for projects in the Irish market. It is particularly pleasing to have been involved in a refinancing project for an existing client, as we are always keen to develop ongoing relationships based on a track record of delivery and professional service. We look forward to continuing to provide comprehensive funding options for new and existing clients in the future”.
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