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  1. InternRead the original story

    Friday |

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  2. Savills Studley Acquires Cresa South BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 |

    Savills Studley , a commercial real estate tenant representation services firm, acquired Cooper Brady Partners , which previously operated as Cresa San Jose and Cresa Palo Alto . As of this week, the newly acquired offices will be rebranded as Savills Studley and continue to provide tenant representation, transaction management and project management services to companies across industries, particularly in the high-tech and life science sectors.


  3. KBS Finalizes Lease with Tax BoardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 |

    KBS Real Estate Investment Trust II , a non-traded REIT, completed a 66,593-square-foot renewal lease at Gateway Corporate Center with the Board of Equalization , the state of California's elected tax commission. Terms of the lease transaction were not disclosed.


  4. Split-off OK’d for Seattle-based Colliers International brokerageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Seattle Times

    Shareholders of Toronto-based FirstService Corp. overwhelmingly approved a proposal on Tuesday to break up the company, freeing commercial real-estate brokerage Colliers International to ramp up its growth as an independent public company. The restructuring, which is expected to close later this year, raises the profile of Colliers' global headquarters in downtown Seattle at Two Union Square.


  5. American Realty Buys $51M Dublin RetailRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 |

    American Realty Advisors , an institutional real estate investment manager, has acquired the Dublin Place Shopping Center , a 283,506-square-foot retail shopping center for $51.1 million or slightly more than $180 per square foot. The property is currently 97 percent occupied and anchored by a mix of tenants including Target , Hobby Lobby , Burlington Coat Factory and Toys R Us .


  6. Private Equity Looking for Retail, EateriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 |

    Private equity firms are flush with cash and challenging historical wisdom in the investment process. With traditional methods unattractive and numerous national chains popping up, the growing interest in restaurants and retailers among private equity firms is a common investing theme.


  7. Bentonville entrepreneurs put Junk Brands on the national retail mapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | The City Wire

    Kourtney Barrett, CEO and founder of Junk Brands, stands by a retail display headed for Dick`s Sporting Goods, a new retail customer for the Bentonville-based custom high performance headband manufacturer. Junk Brands manufacturers its custom-designed headbands which are sold nationwide for fitness and recreational use.


  8. LiquidSpace Grows with 1M Deals and AppRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 |

    More than 750,000 workspace reservations were processed through LiquidSpace last year with customers ranging from individual freelancers to Fortune 500 executives and teams. The world's largest marketplace connecting people with flexible workspaces has hit several milestones recently.


  9. Equity Residential Donates to Youth ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 |

    Equity Residential is donating $25,000 in fitness equipment, computers and cash to the nonprofit East Palo Alto Boxing Club, allowing the organization to expand its after-school program into space adjoining the gym. Located at 2528 Pulgas Ave., the Boxing Club was established in 2003 to provide disadvantaged youth the discipline and structure needed to succeed in life.


  10. Joint Venture Team Auctions Wine AssetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 |

    Newmark Cornish & Carey Wine Services and Williams & Williams are now part of a joint initiative to sell Northern California wineries, vineyards and related properties via auction. This process offers clients access to an expanded buying pool and quicker closings.


  11. LifeStorage Appoints Industry VeteransRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 |

    LifeStorage , an owner, acquirer and operator of self-storage facilities, appoints Ben Carr to the position of chief investment officer and Vince Toenjes as general counsel. Carr will spearhead the acquisition process for the company, including the development and execution of LifeStorage's investment strategy.


  12. Building EngineerRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 11 |

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  13. Walker and Dunlop Structures $54M MF LoanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 |

    Walker & Dunlop Inc. structured a $54.84 million Fannie Mae acquisition loan for Highland Gardens Apartments located at 234 Escuela Ave. The seven-year loan was structured as full term, interest only with a 65% loan to value and 1.25 debt service coverage. Previously, the asset was operated as two separate properties that are evenly split by a parcel of land owned by the San Francisco Public Utility Commission .


  14. Alliance's Peter Solar Eyes MF ProspectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 |

    In an update to a previous story on Peter Solar's recent appointment as Alliance Residential 's managing director of investments for Northern California, we chat with Solar about his role in the management of residential and mixed-use communities in the region. Peter Solar: There is a very strong desire to invest in Northern California and institutional investors have made it a priority to consider the region when investing.


  15. Hunt Mortgage Refis Fremont MF ComplexRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 |

    Hunt Mortgage Group , a commercial real estate lender, provided a $17 million Fannie Mae loan facility to refinance a multifamily property, Durham Greens Apartments at 43555 Grimmer Blvd. The garden-style apartment complex, built in 1985, includes a single-story leasing office, a mini-storage building and 16 residential buildings with 316 units. The borrower is Morris-Crocker Associates LP , a California limited partnership and domestic single asset entity backed by The Morris Family .


  16. Westcore Promotes Two and Adds TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 |

    Westcore Properties has expanded its professional team by adding two new employees to its workforce and promoting two team members within the company. Previously serving as managing director of operations, Matthew Bateman is now the firm's chief operating officer.


  17. Finra bars Tony Thompson from securities industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | InvestmentNews

    The regulator has also slapped him with an order to pay $36 million in restitution to clients who bought misleading private notes Tony Thompson, the leading seller of private real estate investments known as tenant in common exchanges a decade ago before the real estate crash, has been barred from the securities industry and ordered to repay investors $36.2 million.


  18. CBRE Secures Funding for Mission Bay MFRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 30 |

    CBRE Capital Markets' Debt and Structured Finance team has secured $44.6 million in construction financing for Eviva Mission Bay , a 129-unit multifamily community located in Mission Bay. Brady O'Donnell of CBRE's Denver office, along with Andrew Behrens and Jesse Weber of CBRE's San Francisco office, arranged the financing for Eviva Mission Bay on behalf of the developer, The Integral Group and Argosy Real Estate .


  19. Stanford's New Healthcare Facility Slated for 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2015 |

    Construction is progressing on Stanford Health Care's new $2 billion new hospital building, led by joint venture general contractor Clark/McCarthy . The delivery is part of the Stanford University Medical Center Renewal Project , which will bring facilities up to new seismic safety standards, modernize facilities that are the foundation of Stanford's healthcare services and support the overall growth of the medical center.


  20. MF Project Set for Urban Infill SiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2015 |

    General contractor , ROEM Corp. , in partnership with Housing Authority of San Luis Obispo , celebrated the groundbreaking of South Street Family Apartments, a 43-unit sustainable multifamily project at 309 South Street in the South Street corridor near downtown. Construction duration is tentatively set for 15 months with estimated completion slated in spring 2016.