BNY Mellon

  • REITs Provide Alternative to ‘Develop-to-Core’

    Rather than compete to purchase core real estate assets, investors are looking to develop their own projects. But investors should consider REITs with a greater development focus as another option, argues Scott Crowe, CenterSquare's chief investment strategist.

    National 03 May 2017 17:57
  • E-Commerce’s Impact on REIT Strategies

    By Scott Crowe, Chief Investment Strategist, CenterSquare: How the growth of online sales is leading different REIT types to shift focus.

    National 02 November 2016 15:10
  • The New Era of Investment: Real Asset Purchases to Grow by 50%

    Current economic conditions are driving change in the investment sector, creating significant appetite (and opportunity) for real assets and a need for flexible management policies. Who will benefit the most in the next five years?

    International 18 May 2016 19:49
  • SoHo Building Receives $100M Refi Loan

    A six-story office and retail building is set to be repositioned and upgraded with the help of a generous loan.

    New York 07 December 2015 16:22
  • DTZ Arranges Financing For Baker’s New Portfolio

    Earlier this year, First Potomac Realty Trust sold its last remaining properties in the Richmond region for $60.3 million. At that time, the company did not reveal the name of the buyer. However, it has now come to light that Baker Properties LP, a division of the White Plains, N.Y.-based Baker Companies, specializing in commercial real estate development and acquisitions of warehouse and flex buildings, acquired the six-business park portfolio.

    Richmond 07 May 2015 16:20
  • BNY Subsidiary Exits Houston Market

    CenterSquare Investment Management, the real asset investment subsidiary of BNY Mellon, announced its exit from the Houston real estate market with the sale of 1301 Fannin Street and the Villas at Hermann Park. The two assets were acquired through Urdang Value-Added Fund II (UVAF II), a $463 million value-added closed-end fund.

    Houston 12 February 2015 21:25
  • BNY Mellon Takes 350 KSF at Brookfield’s Downtown NYC Complex

    BNY Mellon has signed on for 350,000 square feet at 225 Liberty St., one of the five office towers in Brookfield Office Properties' 8 million-square-foot Brookfield Place complex, formerly known as the World Financial Center.

    New York 30 June 2014 15:01

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