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  • Hyatt Hotel Coming to Indianapolis’ Historic District

    HRI Properties broke ground on the sire, which will consist of a 186-key Hyatt Place Hotel and 130-key Hyatt House Hotel.

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  • Westmount Welcomes New Director

    Andrew Martin has 10 years of investment management and commercial real estate experience, with a focus on raising capital. In his new role, he will work for the company’s private capital investors.

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  • Empire State Realty Inks 85 KSF at NYC Office Asset

    The company secured the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers with a long-term lease to occupy four floors at 250 West 57th St. in Manhattan. CBRE represented ASCAP in the negotiations.

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  • Steady Growth Cultivates Building Boom in Columbus

    Rents are escalating due to steady employment gains and net in-migration, driven by activity associated with Ohio State. Average rent reached $876, well below the national figure of $1,316.

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  • CBRE Secures $27M Loan for Minneapolis Hotel

    The developer plans to build in downtown Minneapolis as part of a block of development that includes an apartment tower, brewery and its own new headquarters.

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  • Excel Snags 200 Keys in DC

    The Hyatt Place Washington DC/US Capitol opened three years ago in the city’s burgeoning NoMa neighborhood.

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  • Aspen Skiing, KSL Capital Nab Intrawest Resorts in $1.5B Deal

    Scheduled to close during the third quarter, the deal includes resorts in the U.S. and Canada, an adventure travel business and more than 1,000 acres of land.

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  • Industrial Demand

    The most significant changes included Transportation Equipment up 8.5 percent, followed closely by Primary Metals and Fabricated Metal Products, with an increase of 7.8 percent.

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  • Macmillan Leaves Flatiron Building for Lower Manhattan

    The publishing company will relocate to the 1.9 million-square-foot office tower at 120 Broadway, pushing the building’s lease level to 96 percent.

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