190 South LaSalle

View All Tags
  • Tishman Speyer Grabs Iconic Chicago Tower

    Global real estate owner, operator and developer Tishman Speyer now has 10 Chicago properties in its portfolio after closing on the acquisition of 190 South LaSalle, a Class A building in the city’s Central Loop, from CBRE Global Investors for a reported $211 million.

    Chicago 14 August 2013 13:40

You May Also Like

  • Meridian Snags $17M Tampa Office Park

    The new owner will invest $1 million in outdoor upgrades and indoor common-area renovations and plans to build a 2,000-square-foot shared amenity center and café.

    05 December 2017 15:18
  • HFF Arranges $29M San Diego MOB Sale

    The 44,091-square-foot property is anchored by Fresenius Medical Care and was 92 percent leased at the time of the transaction.

    22 June 2017 14:54
  • CBRE Closes Sale of Charlotte Business Park

    The new owner plans to invest in multiple upgrades to the five-building property, including rebranding it as Oakhurst Commerce Centre.

    27 October 2017 15:08
  • Denver Office Building Trades for $37M

    Amstar purchased a seven-story, 131,000-square-foot property in the Cherry Creek submarket of Denver. The company is planning to invest nearly $2 million in various upgrades.

    20 June 2017 16:48
  • CBRE Puts Chicago Retail Property on the Market

    Elston Logan Plaza is fully leased to XSport Fitness, Panera Bread and Mattress Firm. CBRE Vice President Keely Polczynski will be in charge of listing the property.

    08 November 2017 18:28