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greystone

(ˈɡreɪˌstəʊn) or

graystone

n
(Geological Science) mineralogy a grey igneous rock of volcanic origin
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After this, the country grew barer and barer: no more rolling woods, no more wide-branching trees near frequent homesteads, no more bushy hedgerows, but greystone walls intersecting the meagre pastures, and dismal wide-scattered greystone houses on broken lands where mines had been and were no longer.
Greystone announced it has provided a $24,220,000 HUD-insured permanent loan to refinance The Highland Club Apartments, a 247-unit multifamily property in Baton Rouge, LA.
21 July 2017 - US-based real estate lending, investment and advisory company Greystone has provided a USD 17.
26 November 2013 -- New York-based mortgage lender Greystone said it has added Don Frankman to the firm's West Coast US headquarters in Newport Beach, California.
Before the official arrival of spring, Cabot's Greystone Country Club will have a new owner.
Jacksonville, Florida, announced that Greystone MultiUnit LLC, New York, has implemented MortgageFlex's LoanQuest Residential Lending System in support of its activities in connection with the arranging of commercial loans.
In a letter mailed to the would-be condo owners, Greystone Homes announced it had been approached by a developer who offered to purchase an undisclosed number of the units and planned to transform them into apartments.
NEW YORK -- Greystone, a leading national provider of multifamily and health care mortgage loans, today announced the addition of Dale Holzer to the firm's multifamily lending group.
Greystone Development, a New York-based real estate development company, announced that Thomas Ryan, a 17-year veteran of the group, will succeed Jeff Simpson as CEO, effective January 1, 2018.
31 March 2017 - US-based real estate lending, investment and advisory company Greystone Brown Real Estate Advisors has closed on the sale of 140-unit apartment community Chalet Valley in Georgia, USA for USD 6.
8 October 2013 -- New York-based real estate lender Greystone said it has closed a USD 20.
The new company, Greystone Residential Funding Inc.