3811 Turtle Creek

  • HFF Arranges Sale, Financing for 3811 Turtle Creek in Uptown Dallas

    KBS Realty Advisors recently increased its Dallas footprint through the acquisition of 3811 Turtle Creek, a 296,000-squre-foot, Class A office tower in Uptown. The deal was brokered by HFF, which acted on behalf of the seller, MetLife Real Estate Investors. The HFF team also helped with obtaining financing for the new owners, having secured a seven-year, 3.55 percent, fixed-rate loan through a life insurance company.

    Dallas 04 December 2014 18:55
  • KBS Buys 296 KSF Office Tower in Dallas

    KBS Capital Advisors has acquired 3811 Turtle Creek, a 296,000-square-foot Class AA office tower in Dallas, from MetLife Real Estate Investors.

    South 03 December 2014 15:00

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