Mixed-Use properties are real estate assets where more than one of the traditional asset classes is present in a single asset. For example, picture a midrise in downtown with street level retail, office above, and then apartments above that. That building is a mixed-use building. Due to the variety of different asst classes present in a single asset, capital sources that would traditionally finance any one of the subcomponents of the property. At Tower Capital, we know how to navigate the complex world of Mixed-Use financing and find the most appropriate capital source. If it is predominately multifamily, the asset may or may not qualify for agency financing.