Archway Holdings Corporation

  • Archway Holdings Buys Glendale MOBs from Ventas for $20M

    In a $20 million deal, Archway Holdings Corp. has acquired Arrowhead Health Center, a 103,216-square-foot, two-building complex located near Arrowhead Hospital in Glendale, from Ventas Inc., the Phoenix Business Journal reported. Formerly known as Arrowhead Orchards, the complex is about 65 percent leased, a level that Archway believes offers growth opportunities. The new acquisition expands Archway’s medical office portfolio in Arizona to about 400,000 square feet.

    Phoenix 21 October 2012 17:15
  • Pillar Pays $45M for Apartment Complex; Archway Takes 3 MOBs

    By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The Phoenix multi-family market has recorded its latest major trade with Pillar Communities’ acquisition of the San Portella apartment complex in Tempe. The 308-unit residential complex traded for a total of $45.1 million or $146,428 per [...]

    Phoenix 14 February 2012 21:27

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