The client for the last-mile logistics facility is unnamed, but Seefried is a longtime development partner of Amazon.
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The company is building the second phase of a complex expected to total 1.9 million square feet in Fort Myers, Fla.
Binswanger-Gateway Partnership executive Stephen Rigl now leads the Realtors affiliate, which represents thousands of professionals in South Florida.
The 2.4 million-square-foot Golden Triangle Industrial Park sold for the first time in 20 years, fetching nearly $140 per square foot.
According to the latest Assurant survey, many renters either became roommates or moved into more affordable units due to COVID-19.
A sales and marketing firm will occupy the recently expanded warehouse near Interstate 15.
The automaker's financing arm will increase its footprint at the property to nearly 100,000 square feet.
The transaction includes a collection of 88 facilities in five key markets of the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast.
Investors have begun focusing on more office acquisition opportunities in growth markets across the country, says Jim Dunbar, senior managing director at Värde Partners.
The property comprises three buildings and 23 acres of neighboring land in Rockland County, N.Y.
Economic recovery is well underway, but San Jose rents continue to drop, down by double digits year-over-year.
Hudson Pacific Properties and Blackstone own the Class A building, where Company 3 will occupy more than half the space.
Irvine Co. has completed the initial phase of the innovative 28-building project.
The Norwood, Mass., property is located some 20 miles from downtown Boston.
The company’s portfolio of committed capital now exceeds $250 million.
Starwood Capital Group provided acquisition financing for the newly renovated Mansell Overlook.
Experts from four leading Manhattan-based firms weigh in on the pandemic’s impact and the changes that are likely to persist.
The developer and its partner, PC Urban Properties, are planning the tallest mass timber office building in western Canada.
Office workers leaving the Bay Area and limited supply turned California's capital into one of the U.S.'s healthiest multifamily markets.
Mark Ritchie of Gantry on the asset categories these institutional capital sources are favoring this year.