Bristol I at Southport

  • Bristol I at Southport Scores $27.6M Loan Arranged by Johnson Capital

    Johnson Capital recently completed a financing deal for an apartment complex in Renton, Washington. The company has provided a loan worth $27.6 million for the Bristol I at Southport community, a residential property completed back in 2002. Amos Smith and Sea Skelton, currently with Johnson Capital’s Irvine, CA office worked on behalf of the property owner to arrange the financing for the asset.

    Seattle 16 June 2014 04:54

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