American Dream owners defaulted, lenders getting stake in other malls: Report


American Dream megamall and entertainment complex in East Rutherford, N.J. After more than 17 years in the making, it finally opened October 25, 2019. Then came the coronoavirus pandemic.

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Lenders that back the American Dream megamall in New Jersey are nearing taking a 49% stake in two other malls that are owned by the developers, Triple Five Group, according to a report in the Financial Times.

Triple Five used the other retail properties as collateral for its $1.2 billion construction loan at American Dream, which still is not fully open after years of on-and-off construction and multiple owners.

The loan that was defaulted on is held by J.P. Morgan,…


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