Shopping Center Business and Western Real Estate Business will host InterFace Denver Retail Real Estate Conference on June 20. Conference panelists will discuss the changing retail environment and its effect on the Denver retail market. Hear from the most active retail players from the Denver area on how they see retail growth and opportunities. Plus learn who is leasing, building, buying, selling and financing Denver retail. This event will attract attendees from throughout the Denver..
Western Real Estate Business and the InterFace Conference Group are pleased to announce the InterFace Denver Multifamily Conference on June 20th. The conference will be focused on who is buying, selling, building and financing multifamily properties in the Denver area, as well as trends in leasing, management and operations. The event will also look at macro economic and demographic trends influencing and impacting the apartment markets in Denver. This event attracts attendees from..
Seniors Housing Business magazine and France Media's InterFace Conference Group will host the 4th annual InterFace Seniors Housing Southeast conference on August 23rd in Atlanta at the Westin Buckhead. The conference, which will include a networking cocktail reception on the evening of Tuesday, August 22nd, will focus on the state of seniors housing investment, development, financing and operations across markets in the Southeast. Topics to be discussed: Seniors housing investment..
Shopping Center Business magazine and InterFace Conference Group will host InterFace Retail Investment & Finance on October 4th in New York City at the New York City Bar Association. This one-day event will attract institutional, opportunity fund, REIT, private capital and overseas owners, investors and developers, leading investment sales professionals, top commercial banks, credit companies, LICs and mortgage banks. InterFace Retail Investment & Finance will kick off with an..
Speculative development and e-commerce tenant demands are driving forces in Dallas and Houston’s industrial markets. By Brian Lee The biggest developments in the biggest state in the lower 48 are making big news: industrial business parks in Texas’ top markets continue to show strong development and leasing activity. Cushman & Wakefield shared a “very encouraging” industrial outlook on the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. With slightly less than 24 million square feet of..
The Davis Companies Acquires Leasehold Interest in 88 Black Falcon Avenue in Boston’s Seaport District
BOSTON — Following a long-term ground lease with the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport), The Davis Companies (TDC) plans to significantly update 88 Black Falcon Avenue in Boston’s Seaport District. The property, which consists of two three-story interconnected buildings totaling 376,000 square feet, is located within the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park, which is also home to Cruiseport Boston and the 1.4 million-square-foot Innovation and Design Building. The location offers views of..
LOWELL, MASS. — Novaya in a joint venture with Hawk Properties entered into a $13.25 million recapitalization of 10 Technology Drive and 55 Technology Drive located in Lowell. The two assets total 146,696 square of office/R&D space. The portfolio, which was initially acquired in 2012, is 84 percent occupied. Tenants include Evoqua Water Technologies, Borrego Solar and Lowell General Hospital.
Parsippany, N.J. — Holliday Fenoglio Fowler (HFF) arranged the sale of 1 Gatehall Drive, a 114,000-square-foot, four-story, Class A office building in Parsippany, to Lincoln Property Company. HFF represented the seller in the transaction. The property was 63 percent leased at the time of sale; tenants include software, consulting, communications, staffing and foodservice companies. The property is situated along Route 202, in close proximity to Route 10 and Interstates 287 and 80. The HFF..
[caption id="attachment_168549" align="alignright" width="100"] Chris Flammer, The Blau & Berg Company[/caption] [caption id="attachment_168546" align="alignright" width="100"] Jason Crimmins, The Blau & Berg Company[/caption] In the office segment there has been plenty of news regarding Class A assets. Companies have been flocking towards upgraded space. Landlords have made significant capital expenditures to their buildings to attract and retain these tenants. We have seen..
[caption id="attachment_167122" align="alignright" width="100"] Ira Korn, Genesee Commercial Realty/CORFAC International.[/caption]Rochester’s story is similar to those of other cities with once prominent downtowns. Starting in the 1970s, businesses and families largely fled to the suburbs as newer and nicer suburban offices were built. Larger companies, including many staple downtown dwellers such as large law and accounting firms, left the downtown in search of free parking, shorter..