Tanenbaum said GoldOller was the standout of more than a dozen would-be buyers making offers on The Lincoln at Central Park in the six-week marketing period. It manages its apartment properties.
“Of all the offers, GoldOller had the best resume, and we feel certain that the residents of The Lincoln at Central Park will continue to enjoy the wonderful experience of the Lincoln and (its) motto since its inception, ‘Life is better at the Lincoln,'
GoldOller assumed a $22.24 million Freddie Mac loan in acquiring phase 1, a 5.61-percent “10/1” note, meaning a fixed rate for 10 years, then adjustable for the remaining year — with an interest-only payback the first five years. It used cash and other financing to buy for phase 2.
“It was the best property we could sell at the best price, which we got,” said Tanenbaum, whose company developed and owns The Montgomery and Park Harvey, “boutique” apartments in former office buildings downtown, and The Classen, a former office tower turned condos and apartments on Classen Boulevard.
“I'm not telling you what I'm making, but I'll tell you I can get extra cheese on my Whopper now,” Tanenbaum said.