AKA Wall Street has been fully funded since October of 2013, and is currently under construction.

The project cost was $120 million and was financed by a $72.5 million senior loan, $16.5 million of institutional equity, and $31 million of equity from investors located in six different countries, including US accredited investors.

AKA Wall Street will start operation in the summer of 2015, and will be managed by Korman Communities, the leading brand of luxury serviced residences.

AKA, a division of Korman Communities, is an innovative, and growing collection of luxury serviced residences in prime urban locations. AKA currently owns and operates properties in New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Arlington, VA and London.

This 17-story pre-war building features elegant interior spaces with upscale amenities.

AKA is a 17-story, prewar building featuring interior spaces ripe with historical significance, and an array of amenity services. These conveniences include a rooftop recreation terrace bar and lounge, an acclaimed restaurant fusing haute cuisine with a contemporary art scene, cutting-edge gym technology, 24/7/365 client associates and concierge, and much more.

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