Developer lands $67M loan for massive $380M project

The development group behind the massive $380 million redevelopment in downtown Dallas — called The Drever — at 1401 Elm St. has landed a nearly $67 million bridge loan, as expected, from a big capital group on the East Coast.

Real estate sources told the Dallas Business Journal a development group led by longtime developer Maxwell Drever had a loan keyed up to help financially after a lender claims the group defaulted on a $55 million loan. That lender, GCP Income Opportunities I LLC, appointed a new trustee readying the project for the Dec. 5 foreclosure auction.

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