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Oceanwide Holdings Breaks Ground on Second-Tallest Building in San Francisco

Oceanwide Holdings Breaks Ground on Second-Tallest Building in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — Oceanwide Holdings has broken ground on Oceanwide Center, a mixed-use development in San Francisco. The project consists of two towers at First and Mission streets. The First Street tower will be the second-tallest structure in San Francisco at 910 feet and will include 109 high-end condos and flexible office space. The Mission Street tower will include the Waldorf Astoria San Francisco hotel and 156 condos. Oceanwide Center contains 2.4 million square feet in total, of which 26,000 square feet will be dedicated to new public spaces and pedestrian connections. A 68-foot-tall public square or “Urban Plaza” adjacent to First Street will highlight a large and interconnected set of open spaces and public plazas. ..

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Tavistock Purchases Pier Sixty-Six Marina and Hyatt Regency Hotel in Fort Lauderdale for $163.3M

Tavistock Purchases Pier Sixty-Six Marina and Hyatt Regency Hotel in Fort Lauderdale for $163.3M

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. — Tavistock Development Co., an Orlando-based real estate development firm, has acquired the Pier Sixty-Six Marina and Hyatt Regency hotel in Fort Lauderdale. The sales price and seller weren’t disclosed, but the South Florida Business Journal reports that Tavistock purchased the assets from an affiliate of Blackstone (NYSE: BX) for $163.3 million. Situated on 22 waterfront acres along the Intracoastal Waterway, Pier 66’s 17-story tower features a rotating panorama rooftop. The property’s 127-slip yacht marina is one of the largest in the state and recently served as a host location of the 56th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Tavistock has retained Interstate Hotels & Resorts to operate the..

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Pace of Apartment Construction Slows Due to Growing Supply, Cautious Bankers, Say InterFace Panelists

Pace of Apartment Construction Slows Due to Growing Supply, Cautious Bankers, Say InterFace Panelists

The multifamily industry has entered a phase in the development cycle where the velocity of starts and completions is decreasing. Through the first 10 months of 2016, multifamily starts nationally are down 1.8 percent year-over-year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Completions are down 3.1 percent during the same period. One of the governors on construction today is the ample supply of existing multifamily product in the top markets nationally, according to the development panel at the seventh-annual InterFace Multifamily Southeast conference. Alan Dean, region president of multifamily development firm Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners, cited Nashville as an example of an..

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RXR Realty Breaks Ground on $1B Waterfront Redevelopment on Long Island

RXR Realty Breaks Ground on $1B Waterfront Redevelopment on Long Island

GLEN COVE, N.Y. — RXR Realty has broken ground on Garvies Point, a $1 billion waterfront redevelopment in the Long Island city of Glen Cove. The project will restore 56 acres of Glen Cove’s waterfront, creating more than 1,100 LEED-certified residences and 75,000 square feet of shops and restaurants. The project will also feature approximately 28 acres of public open spaces with parks, playgrounds, esplanades, marinas, an amphitheater and dog park. The residential units will include 569 condominiums and 541 apartments for lease. Garvies Point will also feature thee separate marinas with a total of 120 boat slips. Garvies Point is a partnership between RXR Realty and the City of Glen Cove. The project represents the..

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