SOURCE: LoftWerks, Inc.

February 16, 2006 07:54 ET

LoftWerks Announces Details on $10M Acquisition Capital

NASHVILLE, TN -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 16, 2006 -- LoftWerks, Inc. (OTC: LFWK) announced today further details regarding an imminent $10M Financing Facility.

Property acquisition capital totaling $10M has been arranged by Consultech Construction Management, Inc. (“Consultech”) as part of their proposed merger. Per the terms of the pending merger, the funding will be structured as a convertible debt instrument, which includes a provision to absolve the debt when the merger is closed.

“This is a big step in solidifying the merger with Consultech. Consultech believes in our business model enough to put up $10M to facilitate the acquisition of inner-city properties. An essential for LoftWerks to, simultaneously, handle multiple markets. The agreement calls for funding in 2-4 weeks and we have identified up to seven properties that meet LoftWerks’ criteria for desirable, second-tier regional urban centers that are best suited for our vision of urban renewal. We will be laying out our plans as they unfold,” Dennis Ammerman, CEO of LoftWerks, said.

Consultech Director-General, Petar Vucicevich, said, “The merger process, to this point, has been very smooth. The $10M funding was pending LoftWerks' completion of its financial disclosures as a service to its shareholders, per our agreement. As many shareholders have seen, LoftWerks just filed its quarterly reports and we believe it is in both parties’ best interest to complete the financing ahead of the merger completion. We look forward to joining our efforts and resources with LoftWerks.”

LoftWerks, founded in 1994, specializes in urban real estate redevelopment, by acquiring underutilized, strategically located, buildings with profit potential. LoftWerks’ target market is the home buyer who prefers suburban living alternatives, in revitalized metropolitan centers, to suburbia.

Consultech Construction Management, Inc. is one of only seven, designated "Master Builders" on the North American Continent and in Europe.

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