Goldenrod capital partners I

Goldenrod Capital Partners, LP (“Fund I”) had its first closing on August 31, 2017 with $115 million in committed capital. The investment objective of Fund I is to provide investors with attractive risk-adjusted returns by employing an investment philosophy focusing on a mix of the acquisition of income producing properties and ground-up development investments in U.S. real estate assets, concentrated in the Central United States. Fund I had its final closing on August 31, 2018 with $134 million of committed capital.

Aurora Mental Health

Aurora, CO 80011
77,000 square feet
Medical

The Aurora Mental Health Building, also known as the Stith Center, is located at 791 Chambers Rd in Aurora, CO. The property is approximately 2.70 acres and contains 77,214 sf of building. This five level office building is home to Aurora Mental Health, a private, nonprofit community mental health center.

Baxter Arena

Omaha, NE 68106
220,000
Specialty

This $90 million multi-use facility is home for the University of Nebraska Omaha’s hockey and volleyball programs. Situated south of Aksarben Village, Baxter Arena seats 7,800, with a separate ice rink for practice and community use. Split bowl seating allows for closing the top of the arena for smaller events. The facility has student, club and suite seating available, in addition to general sections. The facility assists UNO in recruiting the nation’s top student athletes and offers a full-spectrum student-life experience while enhancing the visibility of the UNO campus.  Baxter Arena was completed in 2015.

Block 21

Lincoln, NE 68508
110,000

Located a few blocks from the heart of Lincoln’s historic Haymarket area, the Courtyard Marriott Hotel is geared for the weekday business traveler and weekend leisure adventurist. With combined hotel and retail space, the hotel consists of six levels and a lower level. The lobby was designed for the traveler – with work pods and flexible seating, Wi-Fi and terminals dedicated to checking airlines and flight information. ‘The Bistro’ provides beverages, healthy meal options and evening cocktails. One hundred and fifty five guest rooms range in size from standard, two queen, and king suites, which offer a separate sleeping area from the main room. An exercise room and swimming pool are located in the basement. The property includes retail space with a separate entrance, currently occupied by Blue Sushi Sake Grill restaurant.

Block 38

Lincoln, NE 68508
283,200 square feet
Student Housing & Retail & Lease

This 10-story mixed-use tower sits in the heart of downtown Lincoln, directly across from the University of Nebraska Lincoln campus. The ground floor of the property houses retail tenants that include Chipotle, Panda Express and Blaze Pizza. Above the ground floor are 6 levels of public parking owned by the City of Lincoln. The top 3 floors of the property are designated for student and residential housing.

This 10-story project, known as the Larson Building, is located in the heart of Lincoln’s downtown business district. It includes retail stores on the first floor, six floors of parking, and three floors of apartments at the top. The retail space contains an estimated 17,500 SF of leasable space and the parking levels offer 650 public parking spaces. Since the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s City Campus is located within blocks of this project, the top three floors include 52 apartments aimed toward attracting students or recent graduates.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska

Omaha, NE 68180
316,000 square feed
Office

This 10-story, LEED® Silver certified facility has office space to accommodate 1,200+ employees. There are 11 training rooms, all located on one level, with a kitchen and full break-out areas. Employee amenities within the building include a wellness center with an aerobic studio and complete shower facilities, plus a full-service cafeteria that can accommodate up to 170 employees.

CHARLES E LAKIN YMCA

Council Bluffs, IA
78,000

This facility replaced the former YMCA located in the historic downtown area. The new facility is a multi-level structure that houses all of the YMCA’s fitness activities, as well as their wellness initiatives. The facility will include a full-size gymnasium, weight area with running track, multipurpose rooms, and a large aquatic area featuring a 25-meter lap pool, lazy river, zero depth entry pool, and a warm water therapy pool that will be shared with Alegent Healthcare.


CORE BANK HEADQUARTERS

Omaha, NE 68118
60,000

Core Bank has a vision for how banks should operate. Creating a new headquarters to bring all of the bank’s management team into one place was the first step. Located in West Omaha, Core’s new headquarters will not only be a benefit to its customers, but it will also fulfill the bank’s commitment to bringing an exceptional banking experience to the community. The Core Bank headquarters was built with people in mind. It includes an open work environment, a coffee bar, a fitness room, a fresh food concept in the lunchroom, and enhanced technology throughout the building.

Carson Wealth Headquarters

Omaha, NE 68154
193,000 square feet
Office and Lease

The first of the two buildings will be a 6-story office building which will serve as the headquarters for Carson Wealth Group. This building will be approximately 102,000 square feet and will include training spaces, a fitness center, daycare and a rooftop bar and lounge. The second building will be a 4-story multi-tenant office building connected to the Carson Wealth Group building via skywalk.

Centralized Renewable Energy System

Lincoln, NE
8,000

This project creates a renewable energy system for Nebraska Innovation Campus (NIC). The facility leverages the nearby City of Lincoln’s Theresa Street Waste Water Treatment Plant, which discharges clean treated gray water into the Salt Creek. The Centralized Renewable Energy System (CRES) pumps treated water into a new utility plant that uses the water for heating and cooling of the buildings on campus. The new utility plant houses equipment that transfers thermal energy from the treated gray water to the CRES distribution piping on campus. Buildings connected to the CRES system can reduce energy consumption up to 30% over conventional heating and cooling systems. The CRES distribution piping was built into campus infrastructure along with the other underground utilities.

Charles E. Lakin YMCA

Council Bluffs, IA 51503
78,000

This facility replaced the former YMCA located in the historic downtown area. The new facility is a multi-level structure that houses all of the YMCA’s fitness activities, as well as their wellness initiatives. The facility will include a full-size gymnasium, weight area with running track, multipurpose rooms, and a large aquatic area featuring a 25-meter lap pool, lazy river, zero depth entry pool, and a warm water therapy pool that will be shared with Alegent Healthcare.

Circle 75

Atlanta, GA 30339
Office and Lease

Circle 75 Office Park is a three building portfolio located adjacent to SunTrust Park and “The Battery”, a 1.5 billion dollar development in Atlanta, Georgia. Consisting of 768,244 total square feet, this multi-tenant property includes many strong leases in a growing market. Amenities include covered parking, a café, a fitness facility and much more.

Clayton on the Park

St. Louis, MO 63105
248,000 square feet
Multi-Family and Lease

This 24-story mixed use tower sits on the famous Clayton Park in Clayton, Missouri. The property has 213 luxury apartment units with the option of underground parking. Amenities within the building include a 24-hour fitness center, pet spa, and a sky deck lounge. The tower also contains 8,000 square feet of retail which includes a breakfast and lunch restaurant on the second floor of the building.

Colorado State University

Fort Collins, CO

In late 2016, Tetrad Property Group was awarded a Public-Private Partnership (P3) Master Developer role with Colorado State University (CSU). CSU chose the P3 model to establish a relationship with a partner that could not only lead the development of its South and Foothills Campuses, but also offer financing, operations and maintenance for the various projects. This long-term relationship includes consulting, master planning, infrastructure improvements and the development of numerous new facilities. A partial list of identified projects within the P3 include: wet lab research facility, insectary and infectious disease research facility and a equine veterinary teaching hospital.

As partners, CSU and TPG will evaluate each project and determine the best value strategy for delivery. In some instances, TPG may provide the full design, build, finance, operations and maintenance (DBFOM) spectrum of services and in others, will provide just the design and build. This flexible approach allows CSU to maximize value through a custom solution to each project.

Colorado State University Center for Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases

Fort Collins, CO
41,000

Pathogens transmitted by arthropod and bat vectors continue to burden the health of humans around the world. Malaria is perhaps the most deadly infection throughout much of the tropics. West Nile, Chikungunya and Zika viruses have emerged in recent years as global pathogens, imposing significant economic and health burdens upon affected communities. Tick-transmitted infections such as Lyme disease and Powassan virus continue to emerge in temperate regions, and the bat-associated ebolaviruses, Nipah virus, rabies virus and SARS and MERS coronaviruses are among the most dreaded infections known. Agents vectored by arthropods and/or bats thus constitute some of the most feared, difficult and persistent problems affecting human health.

To counter these threats, Colorado State University (CSU) established the Arthropod-borne and Infectious Disease Laboratory (AIDL). We also have one of the only captive breeding colonies of bats for use in infectious disease research. Since its creation in 1984, AIDL has significantly enhanced science, practice and education on vectors and the infections they transmit. However, AIDL facilities at CSU have become badly outmoded: roofs and walls leak during inclement weather, mold plagues many of our insectaries, some buildings are infested by pests, and temperature is poorly regulated. Moreover, our research and training programs are at risk.

Recognizing this, Colorado State University (CSU) has provided $22M to construct a new building, the Center for Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases (CVID), to house the AIDL.  CVID construction began in mid-2019.


Colorado State University Johnson Family Equine Hospital

Fort Collins, CO
85,000
Lease

The Colorado State University (CSU) Johnson Family Equine Hospital (JFEH) is a 85,000-square-foot complex that will be completed in two phases and located on the CSU South Campus in Fort Collins. The Clark Enersen Partners worked closely with faculty and staff to develop a detailed space study program, conceptual plan, and conceptual renderings of the facility. Featuring surgical and imaging services, as well as extensive rehabilitation and therapeutic facilities, JFEH will have the capacity to house a variety of equine patient types, including outpatient care, long-term orthopaedic patients, gastro-intestinal critical care cases, as well as a dedicated isolation unit. A future state-of-the-art equine sports medicine component featuring hydrotherapy, a proprioception track, and large indoor soft- and hard-surface arenas will set this facility apart as the top equine hospital.

With close physical proximity to CSU’s new Translational Medicine Institute and the Diagnostic Medical Center, the hospital will benefit from synergies with leading-edge research in equine and general veterinary sciences. The building’s design will blend a high-tech aesthetic with an agricultural vernacular, connecting to clientele as well as maintaining a presence on a notable research campus.

Colorado State University’s Translational Medicine Institute

Fort Collins, CO
130,000

Colorado State University’s Translational Medicine Institute (TMI) is a high-tech innovation hub, bringing together smart people to work in creative spaces where innovation will thrive. The TMI’s goal is to discover and deliver solutions that utilize the body’s healing capacity and improves the lives of animals and the human’s that care for them. The Translational Medicine Institute is uniquely positioned for discoveries in translational medicine, as biologic therapies – which leverage the body’s own healing powers – present a new therapeutic frontier.

The institute will draw on established areas of CSU research expertise in orthopedics, biomedical engineering, immunology, infectious disease, surgical advances, and other medical fields.
The institute will bring together educators and innovators from academia, industry, public agencies, and other entities to pursue development of promising medical technologies, with special attention to those with potential for commercialization. Specialized equipment, research space, clinical resources, and conference areas are designed to support this collaboration among animal and human medical specialists.

Cottonwood Cornerstone

Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121
273,000 square feet
Office & Lease

This four-story multi-tenant office building is located in the luxurious Cottonwood neighborhood in Salt Lake City. The property sits on 8.84 acres and is comprised of two class A office buildings, Phase I and Phase II. Phase I is a six-story building which has 172,446 rentable square feet and is currently 95% leased. Phase II is a four-story office building that was recently completed in July of 2017 and contains 100,886 rentable square feet.

Cupples IX

St. Louis, MO 63102
145,000 square feet
Office

This 7-story multi-tenant office building is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The property abuts Busch Stadium, the home of the St. Louis Cardinals. The parking lot of the property is used for parking by fans on Cardinal gamedays. The historic property underwent a $30 million-dollar renovation in 2012 and is currently 100% occupied.

DAUGHERTY STUDENT ENGAGEMENT CENTER

Hastings, NE 68901
10,000

Hastings College is known for creating a culture where faculty and staff excel at counseling and inspiring students to become their best. After examining best practices and gathering ideas, the College took those efforts to a new level of excellence by launching a student engagement initiative which was centered around the renovation of the Daugherty Center. The renovation allows for Hastings College to house both Student Engagement and Admissions teams in the same facility. The renovation was completed in 2019.


Duane W. Acklie Hall of Science

Lincoln, NE
80,000

The Duane W. Acklie Hall of Science is the university’s first new academic building in 36 years. The three-story facility of approximately 80,000 square feet includes classrooms, laboratories, student study spaces, faculty offices and a greenhouse. The $29 million project was paid entirely through gifts from generous alumni, friends, corporations and foundations. While the building houses three academic departments (biology, chemistry and psychology), several classes from a variety of disciplines utilize the Acklie Hall classrooms. The cozy study spaces and common areas are also available to the entire campus including a coffee shop on the second floor located adjacent to an outdoor balcony that looks out to Old Main. A unique feature in the building is a large wood installation that runs the length of the entire three floors. The wood comes from the trees that were removed to build the Duane W. Acklie Hall of Science.

Elite Health Center

Scottsbluff, NE 69361
75,000

Elite Health Center is a two-story, 75,000 SF health and wellness facility with fourteen tenant suites, an indoor kids play area, community room, and other amenities. The kids indoor play area is in the center atrium of the building which has comfortable seating, access to a coffee shop offering healthy-eating choices, technology stations and access to an outdoor courtyard area. The atrium opens to the second level providing excellent visibility to the second floor tenants. Elite Health Center has a covered drop off area at the front entrance, a drive-thru for the coffee shop and abundant parking.


Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center

Omaha, NE 68198
615,000

The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center project is designed to shape cancer care, research and education in Nebraska, the region and the world. Through collaboration between the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) and its hospital partner, Nebraska Medicine, patients will experience personalized care – based on the latest scientific research – in one facility.  


The 10-story building, directly east of the Durham Research Center towers, consists of research and clinical patient care services. The Research Tower is comprised of 98 labs dedicated to breast, brain, pancreatic, GI, prostate, lymphoma, leukemia, lung, head and neck, pediatric, and women’s cancer research. The Clinical Treatment Facility features a three floor, 108 bed inpatient hospital, clinics, infusion, radiation therapy, surgery, radiology, and collaborative treatment/diagnostics. The facility was completed in 2017.

Green Plains Headquarters

Omaha, NE 68106
72,000 square feet
Office

This four-story office building is the home of Green Plains, Inc. The facility includes garage parking on the first level, was designed with collaborative work environments and the use of technology-rich training and conference rooms in mind. The space also includes a state-of-the-art employee kitchen and fitness center.

Innovation Commons

Lincoln, NE
65,000

Innovation Commons was the first set of buildings developed and constructed on Nebraska Innovation Campus (NIC). A new 65,000 SF, state-of-the-art office building is linked to the historic 4H building, which was renovated and is home to the NIC Conference Center and Nebraska Innovation Studio. The 400-person conference center includes a banquet hall and 8 breakout rooms.

JACKSON DINSDALE ART CENTER

Hastings, NE 68901
27,000

The Jackson Dinsdale Art Center (JDAC) became the new home of the Hastings College Art Department in the fall of 2016.  The premier art center in the region reflects the creativity and energy of the student artists working inside the JDAC. The facility includes modern classrooms, an art gallery and studios for all of the art media taught at Hastings College including: glassblowing, sculpture, painting, ceramics, printmaking, drawing and photography. The central lobby area serves as a gathering space for students and a special event space for both Hastings College and the community.

Kansas City Urban Apartments

Kansas City, MO
77,000 square feet
Multi-Family and Lease

This four-property portfolio consists of top multi-family facilities located in strategic areas across the Kansas City, MO market. The names of the four complexes are Twenty 9 Gillham, Gillham Park Row, Cherry Hill Row, and 63 Brookside. There are 82 units total in this portfolio equaling 76,898 total square feet. Specific submarkets captured include Hospital Hill, Historic Kansas City, and Brookside. Lane4 Property Group is a local partner on the project.

Kearney Regional Medical Center

Kearney, NE 68845
316,000 square feet
Hospital & Medical Office

Kearney Regional Medical Center is a full-service hospital and medical office building located in southwest Kearney, Nebraska. The property is currently 100% leased to Kearney Regional Medical Center, LLC. The property sits on 20.48 acres and contains approximately 180,000 rentable square feet. KRMC, LLC. has recently completed construction on a 70,000 square foot expansion that includes an emergency department, birthing center, cardiac lab and 23 overnight patient rooms.

Maverick Landing

Omaha, NE 68106
180,000 square feet
Student Housing & Lease

This four-story, student housing facility is an urban style property with a center courtyard. The residence hall has 425 private bedrooms with secure building access. Residents have 24-hour access to a fitness room, study lounges with computers and TVs, a multimedia room for gaming and movies, laundry rooms and vending areas.

McCarthy Group Headquarters

Omaha, NE 68137
20,000 square feet
Office

This single-story industrial building will serve as the Omaha headquarters for McCarthy Group. Nearly half of the space will be dedicated to office and teaching space for McCarthy employees while the other half of the building will be dedicated to warehouse and storage space for the company.

Midland University Dining Hall

Fremont, NE
10,000

The renovation of the dining hall facility was critical to the University by allowing us to recruit prospective students to a modern campus facility. The $1.5 million renovation began when Fresh Ideas partnered with the University to provide food service. Students will find a variety of welcoming spaces to eat and hang out as well as a new array of serving stations. There is new flooring, new lighting and new seating, including nine-foot oak tables and countertop seating.

Moxy Minneapolis Uptown

Minneapolis, MN

Goldenrod Debt Solutions Fund has funded a five-year bridge loan in the amount of $12.3 million to refinance existing construction debt associated with the Moxy Minneapolis Uptown, a 125-room Marriott-branded select-service hotel built in 2018 and situated in the booming Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis. The hotel features a trendy lobby lounge and full bar, sundry shop, fitness center,business center, meeting space, valet parking, free Wi-Fi and a vinyl listening lounge among other unique hotel amenities. The fixed-rate loan represents 59% LTC and 53% LTV.

NIC Food Innovation Center

Lincoln, NE
178,000

The NIC Food Innovation Center houses the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Food Science and Technology Department, ConAgra Foods, Inc., and other private companies. The Center includes a state-of-the-art distance education classroom, wet/dry lab research space, food grade/non-food grade pilot plant space and office space.

Nebraska Innovation Campus (Phase 1)

Lincoln, NE
380,000

Nebraska Innovation Campus (NIC) aims to connect the talents of experts, companies and the University of Nebraska to create a unique culture of innovation. As a research campus, NIC is designed to facilitate new and in-depth partnerships between the University and the private sector, align core research strengths with practical and technical expertise and provide more employment opportunities for University of Nebraska graduates in the State. NIC is adjacent to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and strategically provides access to research faculty, facilities and students. When buildout is complete, NIC will be a 2.2 million square foot campus with uniquely designed buildings and amenities that inspire create activity and engagement and transform ideas into global innovation. NIC strives to tbe the most sustainable research and technology campus in the United States.

Phase One of campus construction involved 380,000 SF of renovation and new construction including renovation of two 100-year-old buildings, new construction of an 80,000 SF Wet Lab, and 65,000 SF of office building. Part of the former 4-H Building has been reconstructed into the NIC Conference Center, a unique full-service conference center providing multi-functional meeting and collaboration space for 400 participants. The first tenants on campus opened their offices in late 2014. Phase Two  began in late 2016 with the construction of The Rise at Innovation Campus – an 80,000 SF mixed-use office building designed with an open concept to quickly adapt to future needs.

NorthStar Expansion

Omaha, NE
18,000

NorthStar, an after-school nonprofit serving boys in north Omaha, is expanding their campus to match the organization’s growth. The $6 million expansion to their existing facility includes a high school wing with classrooms, study rooms for college and career-readiness programming, an innovation hub for STEM education, robotics competitions, Outward Bound School programs, large group activity space, a dining hall and outdoor patio. NorthStar currently serves close to 200 boys in 3rd-12th grade each day. The expansion will allow for at least an additional 100 boys to be served and is expected to be complete in 2020.

Omaha North High School Robotics

Omaha, NE

An expansion and remodel of the current robotics classrooms at Omaha North High School. The project included all new AV equipment, lighting and display cases for robotics awards. A new nano wall and robotics arena was included in the expansion.


Plymouth Senior Living

Plymouth, Minnesota 55447
160,000 square feet
Lease

This 130-unit senior living facility will be located in Plymouth, Minnesota. Situated in an affluent suburb on the west side of Minneapolis, this asset will accommodate a continuum of aging, including 130 units mixed between independent living, assisted living, and memory care units. Anticipated construction completion is June 2021. Augusta Development is a local partner on the project.

Project Oscar

Lincoln, NE 68508
80,000 square feet
Lease

Project Oscar is a 81,268 square foot office building with the first floor consisting of retail bays. This Lincoln, Nebraska asset is located in the Haymarket District which is a premier restaurant and entertainment area featuring the Rail Yard and Pinnacle Bank Arena.

RD Industries Headquarters

Omaha, NE 68122
87,000 square feet
Industrial & Office

This two-story industrial warehouse building located in northwestern Omaha off of I-680 North. The building is used for the testing and manufacturing of RD Industries’ products and also serves as RD Industries’ headquarters. The property was recently renovated in 2018 to accommodate new office and meeting space for RD Industries’ employees.

Scott Technology Center

Omaha, NE
205,000

In 2001, local civic leaders and philanthropists had a vision for Omaha to develop a technology and engineering entrepreneurial business community. By tapping the expertise and talent pool available at the Peter Kiewit Institute, the Suzanne and Walter Scott Foundation developed the Scott Technology Center to meet this need and achieve the vision of helping to grow Omaha technologically.

The Scott Technology Center represents an environment optimized for the development and growth of technology-driven businesses. From the incubator program designed for the purpose of assisting entrepreneurs, to the heavily fortified and redundant data center designed to store business critical data, the Scott Technology Center has the programs and facilities to meet the ever changing needs of the information technology and engineering community.

Siena-Francis House

Omaha, NE
45,000

Construction is complete on a new $18 million shelter for the homeless at the Siena-Francis House campus. The new shelter replaces a worn-out, cramped shelter that is inadequate for the community’s needs. It has beds for 350 men and 100 women, kitchen, dining, case management, counseling  and other service areas. The new shelter is north of the Baright Shelter on the Siena-Francis campus. The Siena Francis House is the largest homeless shelter in Nebraska serving over 431,000 meals and 3,400 individuals in 2018.

TH!NK Whole Person Healthcare

Omaha, NE 68106
152,000 square feet
Medical Office

Opened in July 2015, This six-story medical office facility includes a first floor with retail, pharmacy, and urgent care services. Floors two through five house a mix of primary care physicians, dentists and minor out-patient procedure rooms. The sixth floor is made up of physician offices and meeting rooms.

The Edge on Euclid

Cleveland, OH 44115
218,000 square feet
Student Housing and Lease

Built in 2017, this 11-story student housing building is located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio directly across from the Cleveland State College of Business. The property contains 240 units with 564 student beds. The property also contains a parking garage with 171 parking stalls for student use as well as retail on the ground floor.

The Greenhouse Innovation Center

Lincoln, NE
58,000

The Greenhouse Innovation Center consists of a 30,000 SF head house and 15,000 SF mechanically cooled greenhouses in the first phase of construction. Later phases could add up to another 30,000 SF of head house and 45,000 SF of greenhouses.

The head house accommodates a state-of-the-art conveyor system to move plants to areas where cameras can take high resolution images of them. Each greenhouse will consist of individually controlled environments, capable of being isolated into spaces as small as 1,000 SF or as large as 15,000 SF.

The Lofts at Foxridge

Raymore, MO 64083
328,000 square feet
Multi-family and Lease

This 300-unit apartment complex is located within the successful Eagle Glen Subdivision in Raymore, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City. The property is abutted by a K-6 school and a future commercial site that is set to start construction. The site is a prime location for an up-scale multi-family housing project. Construction is scheduled to begin in early 2019 for this project.

The Olsson Headquarters

Lincoln, NE
80,000

The Olsson Headquarters was the first new office building built in the West Haymarket area of Lincoln, the new entertainment district created by the investment of over $400 million in public and private resources since 2011. The four-story, 80,000 SF building, accommodates over 250 employees at Olsson, a leading engineering and design firm. The building is also home to Q2, a leading provider of secure cloud-based virtual banking solutions for regional and community financial institutions, as well as Lutz, an accounting and business solution firm. In addition, retail tenants include HopCat and Which Wich Superior Sandwiches.

The Rise at NIC

Lincoln, NE
80,000

Construction of this 80,000 SF mixed-use building represents the beginning of Phase II of development at Nebraska Innovation Campus. Located northeast of the corner of 21st Street and Transformation Drive, the $18 million building will be three stories and is being designed with an open concept to quickly adapt to the future needs of tenants in the facility.

The Scarlet Hotel

Lincoln, NE
110,000

Construction of a Marriott-affiliated hotel will begin in early 2020. The hotel will be six stories and have approximately 155 rooms. In addition to the rooms, the hotel would have a full-service restaurant, coffee shop, gym and other amenities and could serve as a learning space for University of Nebraska-Lincoln students pursuing majors in hospitality, tourism and restaurant management. The hotel will be built near the intersection of 21st Street and Transformation Drive, adjacent to the new Rise Building that just opened last year and across the street from The Mill Coffee & Tea on Innovation Campus. Along with providing lodging accommodations for those attending the conference center at Innovation Campus, the hotel could also be used for businesses located at the park to host clients, and it will be a short distance from the Devaney Sports Center. Construction is anticipated to be complete in 2021.

The Welstone at Mission Crossing

Kansas City, KS
105,000

The Welstone at Mission Crossing, completed in 2016, is a 101-unit senior/independent living facility. With 1- & 2-bedroom units available, residents are able to add their own personal touches while enjoying a variety of amenities, such as:

  • Elegant Main Dining Room
  • Private Dining Room
  • Senior-Equipped Fitness Center
  • Library and Media Center
  • Card and Game Rooms
  • Beauty Salon and Barber Shop
  • Lounge
  • Inviting Common Areas Throughout
  • Full-Time Activities Director
  • Full-Time Fitness Coach

Three Crosses Hospital

Las Cruces, NM 88001
97,000 square feet
Hospital

This single-story hospital will sit on a 10.6-acre site in the heart of Las Cruces, New Mexico. The site was formerly the Las Cruces Country Club. The Hospital will house 44 beds, 3 Operating Rooms, and 2 Cath-Labs. The expected completion date for this project is Spring 2020.

Three Crosses MOB

Las Cruces, NM 88001
65,000 square feet
Medical Office

This two-story medical office building will sit on a 5.6-acre site in the heart of Las Cruces, New Mexico. The facility will be connected to the Las Cruces Regional Medical Center using an expansion joint. The anticipated uses of the facility include: Cardiology, Radiology, Orthopedic and General Physician Services. The expected completion date for this project is Spring 2020.

Three Pine Ridge Plaza

Lenexa, KS

Goldenrod Debt Solutions Fund has funded a three-year bridge loan in the amount of $5.3 million to refinance existing long-term debt and fund tenant improvements and leasing commissions associated with re-tenanting Three Pine Ridge Plaza, a four-story 62,000 SF class B office building located in a mature office park in suburban Kansas City. Built in 1986, the interior of the property was recently renovated but suffered the loss of two major tenants in 2019,prompting the need for fresh capital to fund re-tenanting costs. Prior to closing the sponsor executed a lease with a large credit tenant to occupy the third floor of the building and the property is expected to achieve stabilization within the first year of the loan term. The fixed-rate loan represents 64% LTV.

Uptown Lofts

Kansas City, MO 64111
224,000 square feet
Multi-Family and Lease

This development includes 213 residential units, 3 commercial bays, and a multiple story parking structure. This project will be across the street from the Uptown Theatre located at the corner of Valentine Road and Broadway in Kansas City, MO. Amenities on the site include a pool, fitness center, dog park, hot tub, study nooks, coffee bar with lounge, meeting rooms, fire pit, and a large clubhouse. Sunflower Development is a local partner on the project.

VA Ambulatory Care Clinic

Omaha, NE 68105
157,000

Construction has begun on an $86 Million expansion of the Omaha VA medical center. The new ambulatory care clinic is the result of a first-of-its-kind partnership between the US Department of Veterans Affairs and Heritage Services as part of the CHIP IN for Vets Act passed in 2016. The facility’s design promotes patient-centered environments throughout to focus on the relationship between the physical environment and the patient’s overall experience. The three-level structure has a connector link to the existing hospital building and separates public-patient traffic from the required service traffic. It also includes new exam rooms, outpatient-surgery suites and a women’s health clinic, allowing approximately 400 additional outpatients to visit the VA medical center each day. The clinic is expected to be complete in mid-2020.


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