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“It is a personal achievement to see my investment team, friends and family improve their quality of life, especially during the longest winter in Boston’s history,”
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BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--UC Funds demonstrate their flexibility, creativity and capabilities in the following key transactions for 2015:
In Charleston, South Carolina, Daniel Palmier and his team funded $14 million to purchase and convert a historic 10-story, 398,647 bed former naval hospital, into a to class A office space, and house government offices, health care services, business office and retail space.
Boston, MA – “In early fourth quarter 2015, the UC Funds team closed over $150 million in capital solutions. Additionally, we have over $200 million of deals in the works, so we anticipate a very strong finish for 2015,” - Daniel Palmier, UC Funds President and CEO.
In Kansas City Missouri, Daniel Palmier and the UC Funds team negotiated a $30 million adaptive re-use bridge loan to convert three vacant buildings and a parking garage into a 260-unit, mixed-use project with an additional 26,000 SF of retail and 6,500 SF of office space in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. Upon completion, the 260 Class A units will offer the best in market amenity package, including a swimming pool, business center, fitness center and community room.
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Daniel Palmier, Director of the Palmier Foundation has announced a total of $400,000 in donations to the University of Notre Dame Haiti Project as part of his ongoing commitment to their cause. The Palmier Foundation made a $200,000 pledge that leveraged a match by another donor for a total of $400,000 to complete a self-sustaining fortified salt manufacturing facility in Haiti. This facility gives Haiti independence to produce fortified salt that fights the spread of Lymphatic Filariasis and improves the overall health and well-being of the Haitian people.
“We view giving as an obligation not a choice. Our goal is to share our blessings by helping those in need physically, mentally and spiritually,” - Stated Daniel M. Palmier, Director
UC Funding LLC, a newly formed commercial real estate financial services firm headquartered in Boston, MA announces the opening of its offices in Jericho, NY and Boca Raton, FL. “We have assembled the industry’s leading talents to ensure the efficient and effective execution of transactions, second to none. We have the tools internally to creatively address the needs of our clients, and deliver financing solutions for most every situation concerning quality real estate assets. With our lending capacity being expanded significantly, we have the ability to meet growing market demands and expand our footprint and, ultimately, our client base,” affirms Daniel M. Palmier, President & CEO of UC Funding, LLC.
Loan proposals need to be "right down the middle of the strike zone" to gain a lender's attention, Dan Palmier, president and CEO of UC Funding, said during an interview at the HELP conference earlier this month.
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Daniel Palmier, the founder and CEO of UC Funding, LLC, a real estate financing, asset management, and loan structuring company, based in Boston, donated $25,000 to the Buddy Dog Humane Society. Dan Palmier, of Boston with the help of his daughter Elisa V. Palmier, is committed to expand the services of the society.
Daniel Palmier, businessman and philanthropist, on behalf of the Palmier Foundation, will once again run the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 20, 2015 to benefit the University of Notre Dame Haiti Program and InterVol, both in honor of the passing of Notre Dame’s late President Emeritus Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh. Last year’s run raised over $15,000 to support nonprofit organizations, and Dan hopes to surpass that amount this year. UC Funds will match 100% of donations.