Colony Realty Partners

  • Woodinville Industrial Property Acquired in $30M Transaction

    A Class A five-building industrial asset recently traded hands in the Pacific Northwest as a sovereign wealth fund that is advised by KBS Realty Advisors paid around $30 million for a property in the Eastside industrial market. The Park at Woodinville is a warehouse and light-manufacturing infill project that was sold by Colony Realty Partners. The deal was arranged on behalf of the seller by Rick Putnam and Tom Abbott of Colliers International.

    Seattle 01 November 2014 13:52
  • Colony Realty Sells 212 KSF Office Building in Midtown Atlanta

    Colony Realty Partners has sold 730 Midtown in Atlanta's Midtown submarket to a joint venture consisting of Harbert Management Corp.'s Harbert United States Real Estate Fund V L.P. and The Simpson Organization.

    Atlanta 04 February 2014 15:47

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