Centerline Capital Management is thinking big in its plan to establish itself as a force in the commercial real estate lending market.

The New York-based finance company, best known right now as a Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and HUD lender, wants to build out its senior and subordinate lending platforms. This includes a big push into commercial mortgage-backed securities originations and the acquisition of CMBS b-pieces. “Our goal to have source of capital for the entire capital stack for borrowers,” said Rob Wrzosek, president.

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