First Southwest Company

View All Tags
  • Preston Hollow Capital Secures $49M for Cibolo Canyons

    Preston Hollow Capital, a diversified merchant bank, launched in January 2014 by the former longtime President and Chief Executive Officer of ORIX USA, Jim Thompson, announced that it has completed a $48.9 million financing for the Cibolo Canyons Special Improvement District, a 2,100-acre mixed-use master-planned community near San Antonio. The bond funding transaction will be used to provide reimbursement of infrastructure expense to the developer of Cibolo Canyons, Forestar Group Inc.

    San Antonio 08 November 2014 19:11

You May Also Like

  • Skanska Invests $49M in Sweden Office Project

    Construction is set to start in the second quarter of 2017 and completion of Epic is slotted for the third quarter of 2019.

    09 June 2017 13:35
  • Amazon, Whole Foods and a New Way of Shopping

    Though some retailers fear the rise of e-commerce, but Amazon is showing us that we might be able to have it both ways.

    16 June 2017 18:50
  • Behind NJ’s $2.5B Riverton Redevelopment

    North American Properties plans to transform a 418-acre brownfield site on the Raritan River in Sayreville, N.J., into the state’s “next great hometown." The firm's Managing Partner Mark Toro discusses what to expect from the project and how it will impact the community.

    06 December 2017 15:25
  • Construction Begins on Miami’s Wynwood Walk

    Thor’s mixed-use project will feature a mix of retail and restaurant space with a green rooftop, paseo and a landscaped terrace with outdoor seating.

    09 November 2017 09:05
  • Economy Watch: Food & Beverage Sales May Help Ailing Shopping Centers

    Restaurants and other eateries account for more than 20 percent of units in new and redeveloped shopping centers in mature markets, according to a recent Cushman & Wakefield report. This trend will likely continue as consumer spending on eating out is expected to grow over the next decade.

    30 June 2017 14:49