Cameron Falconer

  • Over-Performing San Francisco Office Market Produces Yet Another Office Deal

    San Francisco’s improving office market has produced yet another deal after a joint venture created by Hines and Invesco Real Estate moved to acquire an iconic construction located in the city’s South Financial District. The two real estate companies have completed a deal making their joint venture the new owner of the Rialto Building. While official financial terms for the deal were not disclosed, market specialists place the transaction’s value at around $57 million. The entity selling the Rialto Building was Africa Israel USA, AFI USA.

    San Francisco 13 March 2013 14:29

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