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  • Newly Renovated Baker Center Opens Doors

    The new features of the four-building complex in downtown Minneapolis include a large media wall, a two-story entry atrium, a new amenity floor and a panoramic rooftop deck.

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  • NKF Announces New Hires in Seattle

    Charlie Farra and Matt Betterman, both of whom came from Colliers International, will focus on tenant representation in the downtown Seattle market.

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  • Washington REIT Hires New SVP

    As senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary, Taryn Fielder will oversee the company's legal operations.

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  • Eastern Kentucky Lands $1.3B Aluminum Plant

    The 2.5 million-square-foot facility is slated to break ground in early 2018. The Ashland area beat out 23 other potential locations.

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  • Countdown to 30: CPE Celebrates 30 Years

    In the month leading up to our special anniversary issue of CPE, stick with us as we reflect on how the industry has changed, and we along with it. You can also follow along on social media using the hashtag #CPETurns30.

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  • National Vacancies

    Net absorptions for office markets decreased during the second quarter of 2017, compared to the same quarter of 2016, in all regions.

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  • CBRE Secures Financing for Cupertino Office Building

    Harbor Group International LLC is set to acquire an 88,580-square-foot asset in the heart of Cupertino, Calif. CBRE’s Shawn Rosenthal secured a ten-year interest-only loan provided by JP Morgan.

    13 June 2017 14:14
  • Raleigh Office Building Changes Hands for $8M

    HFF closed the sale of 3110 Edwards Mill, a 45,692-square-foot, Class A office building in North Carolina. A private investor purchased the asset from The Simpson Organization.

    02 June 2017 22:48
  • Flipping the Script

    Merle Gross-Ginsburg is a seminal figure in the advancement of women in commercial real estate. Trading her native Galveston, Texas, for Manhattan’s Upper West Side, she set out to rehabilitate the neighborhood, and in the process, became the first person to create a brownstone co-op in New York City. A pioneering property manager and brokerage professional, she launched AREW, the first organization for women real estate professionals, in 1978. Now retired, she continues her advocacy.

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