HFF Secures $4 Million Financing for Mixed-Use Property in Downtown Orlando

Church Street Station South, located in downtown Orlando, is home to tenants including Hamburger Mary’s, El Buda, Pepe’s Cantina, the Orchid Room and the Cheyenne Saloon. Church Street Station South, located in downtown Orlando, is home to tenants including Hamburger Mary’s, El Buda, Pepe’s Cantina, the Orchid Room and the Cheyenne Saloon.

Orlando, Fla. — HFF has secured $4 million in post-acquisition financing for Church Street Station South, a 50,888-square-foot, mixed-use property located in downtown Orlando.

The two-story property is home to tenants including Hamburger Mary’s, El Buda, Pepe’s Cantina, the Orchid Room and the Cheyenne Saloon. Michael Weinberg and Rebecca Van Reken of HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, a partnership between Lincoln Property Co. and Mason Capital Partners, to secure a senior loan with Mercantil Bank. The joint venture intends to integrate the property with its adjacent Church Street Plaza development, the first phase of which includes a 28-story tower containing 215,000 square feet of office space, an AC Marriott hotel and a parking deck. 

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