Minnesota Credit Unions Aided in Financing Sale of the Bloomington Office Tower

One of the greatest real estate acquisitions in the Twin Cities this year involved the new commercial lending arm United Financials Capital.

Which was founded by four of the major credit unions in the state.

One of the largest real estate deals to be completed in the Twin Cities metro area this year involved a collection of Minnesota credit unions.

One of the five office buildings of the Normandale Lake Office Park in Bloomington was sold with assistance from United Financials Capital.

For a total of $366 million, Opal Holdings actually bought all five buildings in the office park back in June.

The properties were purchased by the holding company from MetLife Investment Management and Allstate.

Dalglish claimed that just 8400 Normandale was financed by United Financials, but he would not disclose the cost of that specific structure.

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