HFF Arranges $28.8 Million in Construction Financing for Wegmans-Anchored Twin Lakes Center in North Carolina

The first phase of Twin Lakes Center includes a four-building retail center that is 93 percent preleased and will be anchored by Wegmans. The first phase of Twin Lakes Center includes a four-building retail center that is 93 percent preleased and will be anchored by Wegmans.

Cary, N.C. — HFF has arranged $28.8 million in preferred equity and construction financing for the development of the first phase of Twin Lakes Center, a 153,229-square-foot retail center in Cary.

Greg Nalbandian, Roger Edwards, Devlin Murphy and Andrew Zilenziger of HFF arranged $6.3 million in preferred equity through a life insurance company and a $22.5 million, floating-rate loan through CapitalSource, a division of Pacific Western Bank. LeylandAlliance is developing the 35.8-acre property, which will be completed in phases and will include restaurants, retail space, seniors housing, a lake and walking paths. The first phase of Twin Lakes Center includes a four-building retail center that is 93 percent preleased and will be anchored by Wegmans. LeylandAlliance expects to wrap up construction on the retail portion of the project in July 2020.

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