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Montreal Mini-Storage has secured $185 million credit from a lending syndicate led by Scotiabank as it seeks to expand.

Montreal Mini-Storage Secures $185M in New Credit

Montreal Mini-Storage has secured $185 million credit as it seeks to expand.

A group of lenders led by Scotiabank secured a $150-million multi-tranche revolving credit facility, Montreal Mini-Storage said in a news release. The underwriters syndicate includes HSBC Bank Canada and Canadian Western Bank.

“Now, more than ever, we are positioned to rapidly take advantage of new opportunities to grow our portfolio and upgrade our facilities,”: Simon Berman, Montreal Mini-Storage’s CEO, in the news release.

One tranche is allocated for refinancing of existing mortgages, another is reserved for future growth opportunities and a third one is designated for general corporate purposes.

In conjunction with the syndicate partnership, Montreal Mini-Storage has also secured separate $35-million revolving credit facility from Roynat Capital. The storage company said it will use the Roynat money to stabilize properties and fund construction capital expenditures.

Roynat is a wholly owned subsidiary of Scotiabank.


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Montreal Mini-StorageSimon Berman

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