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GlobeSt.com Headlines
IRVINE, CA--The trophy asset is garnering a significant amount of interest from institutional investors, high-net-worth investors and foreign capital, HFF's Ryan Gallagher tells GlobeSt.com.
SAN FRANCISCO--Garth Davis is responsible for originating Fannie Mae, FHA/HUD, CMBS, Bridge, Mezzanine and Preferred Equity transactions for multifamily and healthcare properties nationwide.
PHOENIX--Metso Minerals Industries, Inc. is relocating its industrial equipment repair and field service facility to southeast Mesa. This will be a multi-million dollar investment to construct the 44,000 square foot facility.
PHOENIX--Each year hundreds of advisors from Sperry Van Ness offices around the country meet to discuss company goals, share best practices and honor the offices and individuals excelling in their business. The Phoenix Sperry Van Ness office collected several awards for outstanding achievements in 2013, including once again being named a Top 10 Sperry Van Ness franchisee.
DUSSELDORF, GERMANY--The shopping and office center, in central Dusseldorf, is leased to international brands such as Bally, Lacoste, Gant, and Aigner.
      
CPNOnline.com Headlines
      
Wall Street Journal CRE Headlines
Colorado's Oakwood Homes is purchasing Henry Walker Homes in a deal valued at over $75 million. The deal is a sign that home builders are deciding the best way to expand into a new market is to buy your way in.
News that advertising company CBS Outdoor has received a green light from the IRS to convert into a real-estate investment trust is a positive sign for other companies awaiting similar rulings.
When Enrique Nieto arrived in Palma eight months ago, there was one communal water tap and no paved roads. Now he is about to open the village's first hotel. The reason: natural gas.
In the early 1990s, an inflow of Russian money boosted tourism and drove up real-estate prices in the German spa town of Baden-Baden. Now locals are worried about Russian funds drying up.
A roundup of commercial real estate transactions from across the tri-state region.
      
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