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Daikin Industries Opens $400M HVAC Manufacturing Campus Near Houston

Daikin Industries Opens $400M HVAC Manufacturing Campus Near Houston

WALLER, TEXAS — Daikin Industries Ltd., a manufacturer of indoor heating and cooling systems and refrigerants, has opened the 500-acre Daikin Texas Technology Park (DTTP) in Waller, about 43 miles northwest of Houston. The Japanese company’s new $400 million business campus consolidates many of the company’s HVAC (heating, ventilating and air conditioning) manufacturing and logistics facilities in Texas and Tennessee. “The DTTP is the largest facility investment our company has made in its 90-year history, and we believe that investing in Texas and keeping jobs in the United States is mutually beneficial for both our company and the economy,” says Takeshi Ebisu, president and CEO of Goodman Global Group Inc., a subsidiary..

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RECon Recap: ‘The Magic’ Is Reimagining Real Estate, Panel Concludes

RECon Recap: ‘The Magic’ Is Reimagining Real Estate, Panel Concludes

LAS VEGAS — In the midst of a particularly tumultuous period for the retail sector, evidenced by waves of store closures, what advice do seasoned shopping center executives have for aspiring young professionals seeking to make their mark in this business? The question arose Monday during a panel discussion moderated by Marcus & Millichap’s Bill Rose, national director of the brokerage firm’s retail group, at the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel. The hour-long program, titled “Retail eVolution: A New Beginning, Not the End As We Know It,” analyzed the strengths and weaknesses of today’s retail market. The panel discussion capped off the first day of events at RECon 2017, the shopping center industry’s biggest deal-making..

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LNR Partners Sells 723,326 SF Shopping Mall in Westbury, New York for $92M

LNR Partners Sells 723,326 SF Shopping Mall in Westbury, New York for $92M

WESTBURY, N.Y. — LNR Partners LLC has sold The Mall at the Source, a 723,326-square-foot shopping center in the Long Island community of Westbury, for $92 million. The transaction included the 210,798-square-foot Fortunoff Building, a vacant anchor property formerly occupied by now-defunct department store Fortunoff. The property, which includes a four-story parking garage, is situated on 38 acres at 1504 Old Country Road. Located 28 miles from New York City, the mall is positioned within the Nassau Hub submarket. LNR sold the property as the manager for CMAT 99-C1 Old Country Road LLC, which is a subsidiary of Starwood Property Trust Inc. There was also a co-seller on the transaction, a real estate mortgage investment conduit..

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Hines to Develop 600,000 SF Mixed-Use Tower in Downtown Miami

Hines to Develop 600,000 SF Mixed-Use Tower in Downtown Miami

MIAMI — Hines is set to break ground on 110 10th Street, a 45-story, 600,000-square-foot mixed-use tower located within Miami Worldcenter, a 27-acre development in downtown Miami. The tower will be the first Class A office building of scale constructed in Miami’s Central Business District in eight years, and will offer a mix of office space and retail. The project is located directly adjacent to Miami Worldcenter’s 360,000-square-foot retail promenade. “More companies are moving to downtown Miami each day and existing brands are expanding here,” says Nitin Motwani, managing principal for the master developer of Miami Worldcenter, Miami Worldcenter Associates. “An office tower at Miami Worldcenter will offer tenants a..

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