CJK Investments

  • Lowe JV Buys 2 Class A Office Buildings in Phoenix for $51M

    Frequent partners Lowe Enterprises and J.P. Morgan Asset Management have joined forces on the acquisition of a two-building, 327,300-square-foot office portfolio in metropolitan Phoenix. The partnership acquired the Class A office properties from CJK Investments for an aggregate $51 million.

    Phoenix 30 December 2013 16:11

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