The collateral for this loan is a 1.13 acre parcel of land located in the “Arts District” of Las Vegas, Nevada. The Arts District has seen an enormous amount of revitalization after large capital infusions in the area have completely changed the overall dynamics. The 32,000 square foot building was originally constructed in the 1950’s for Mission Linen Supply company which provided uniforms for the casinos throughout the 20th century. The plan of the borrower is to preserve the historical aesthetic of the building by bringing in three synergistic tenants to the area. Half of the space will be occupied by the Evel Knievel Museum which will become the flagship Evel Knievel experience and museum. The other half of the property will be occupied by a pizza tenant and a café. Over the next 12 months, the borrower anticipates spending nearly $10M prior to closing on a construction loan. Total project costs re expected to be $19.2M.
Loan Amount: $4,950,000
Yield: 10% interest Schedule: Interest is paid monthly in arrears with payments due on the 1st of each month with a 10-day grace period. *For investments equal to or greater than $100,000 investors will earn 10.5%.
Term: Nine months with an optional nine-month extension at maturity. Final maturity date is 2/28/24.