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Featured, Press Release / 24.09.2018

When businesses have maxed out conventional SBA funding at $5.5MM, SBA Green 504 loans allow borrowers to finance energy efficiency costs into a second mortgage, giving them the ability to finance larger projects with minimum equity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 21, 2018, Santa Fe, New Mexico—Luna Capital, a Santa Fe-based brokerage and real estate firm with a specialty in brokering funding for craft brewing businesses, medical dental practices and tourism businesses announces it is now implementing SBA Green 504 loans, which allow businesses that have maxed out conventional SBA borrowing at $5.5 million to apply for a second loan that increases their borrowing ability to over $10 million by building, renovating or buying energy efficient buildings and using renewable energy.
Featured, Press Release / 25.06.2018

Development of a dirt lot that separates Santa Fe Brewing Co.’s brewery from its warehouse, cooler and canning facility is the next step forward for the 30-year-old business. The lot is destined to become the site of a three-story building with 10,000 square feet of office and retail space, and a new taproom. Outside, plans call for a lush beer garden with room for games and three or four surrounding food trucks, said Brian Lock, the brewery’s president. The company held a ceremonial groundbreaking Friday. The building, designed by McClain+Yu Architecture & Design of Albuquerque and to be built by Lockwood Construction of Santa Fe, is expected to open in spring 2019, he said. The outside beer garden will be planted with mature trees from Santa Fe Brewing’s hop farm in Rinconada and watered with recycled water treated on site.